The Falkland Islands. A rocky outpost at the bottom of the world. Cold. Remote. But things are about to heat up. It's 1982. Argentine leader Leopold Galtieri has a problem. His economy is failing and his Dirty War grows into civil unrest. What's a junta ruler to do? Britain's Margaret Thatcher has problems of her own. The economy is sputtering and her government's Conservative agenda creates civil unrest. What's an Iron Lady to do? For Galtieri, the time is now to invade the Falkland Islands, and right a historic wrong. Those islands, after all, belong to Argentina - where they are known as the Malvinas. So he dusts off his army, navy and air force, and sends them to invade. He can't be blamed for thinking nothing will happen - the Brits have been trying to offload this property for decades. Not so fast. Mrs. Thatcher has ambitions of her own, and going down in history as the Prime Minister that backed down from a fight isn't one of them. There's British pride at stake. And a few ...