Falkland Islands and Dependencies
France established a settlement in 1764 and Britain a second settlement in 1765. In 1770 Spain bought out the French and drove off the British. In 1806 Spanish rule was overthrown in Argentina, and the Argentinians claimed to succeed Spain in the French and British settlements in 1820. The British objected and reclaimed their settlement in 1832 as a Crown Colony.
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Books of Reference
- Falkland Islands: The Facts. HMSO, London, 1982Google Scholar
- Falkland Islands Journal. Stanley, from 1967Google Scholar
- Falkland Islands Review [Franks Report] Cmnd. 8787. HMSO, London, 1983Google Scholar
- Falklands/Malvinas. Whose Crisis? Latin American Bureau, London, 1982Google Scholar
- Calvert, P., The Falklands Crisis: The Rights and the Wrongs. London, 1982Google Scholar
- Hanrahan, B., and Fox, R., ‘I counted them all out and I counted them all back’. London, 1982Google Scholar
- Hastings, M., and Jenkins, S., The Battle for the Falklands. London, 1983Google Scholar
- Headland, R. K., The Island of Georgia. CUP, 1985Google Scholar
- Hoffmann, F. L., and Hoffmann, O. M., Sovereignty in Dispute. London, 1984Google Scholar
- Phipps, C., What Future for theFalklands? London, 1977Google Scholar
- Shackleton, E., Falkland Islands Economic Study 1982. HMSO, London, 1982Google Scholar