Wednesday, 7 February 2007
Army officer Robert Lawrence above left was nearly killed by an Argentine sniper during a battle that became the inspiration for one of the most controversial BBC films ever - Tumbledown. Now, in his first interview in 20 years, he tells Mark Townsend how the trauma of war reshaped his life
(RG) I really hope the BBC screen the Falklands War Film Tumbledown it shows what War is really about without the glory more the gory reality and brutality of killing as is every infantrymans job and the sheer will to survive a horrific head wound when hit by an Argentine sniper. Read It Here
© Mack (RG) The thoughts of a Falklands War Veteran.
Posted by Rogue Gunner at 13:39