This book provides a comprehensive historiographical and bibliographical survey of the Falklands/Malvinas campaign of 1982 as well as the historical and cultural background. Rasor has compiled a comprehensive guide to published sources, oral histories, fiction, art, videos and film, exhibitions, and postage stamps associated with the Falklands/Malvinas Islands and with the military campaign. The book is divided into two major parts. First is the narrative and historiographical survey, which is subdivided into logical chapters. This section describes salient events and related publications, integrating these materials into a coherent whole. The second section, the annotated bibliography, provides citations for 537 works; these are organized by last name of the author in most instances. In addition, Rasor provides cross-referencing, an extensive chronology, a glossary of important persons, and a listing of abbreviations. In addition, the volume contains a general subject index. This volume will be invaluable for scholars, students, and those interested in modern diplomacy, strategy and modern naval warfare, and British and Argentinian studies.