Sink the Belgrano!
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Sink the Belgrano! is a 1986 satirical play by English playwright Steven Berkoff about British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's decision to torpedo the Argentinian ship General Belgrano, as it was purportedly retreating during the 1982 Falklands War between the United Kingdom and Argentina.
According to the British Council, Sink the Belgrano is among Berkoff's "lesser-known works", along with his other "controversial responses to recent events" such as "his poem Requiem for Ground Zero in 2002."
- "East and More Verse Plays". Steven Berkoff: Plays. Accessed 30 Sept. 2008.
- Hagan, Kenneth J. "Sink the Belgrano!" The New York Times 14 June 1992, Arts. (Book review of One Hundred Days: The Memoirs of the Falklands Battle Group Commander, by Adm. Sandy Woodward with Patrick Robinson. Fwd. Margaret Thatcher. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 1992. New York: HarperCollins, 1992. ISBN 0-00-215723-3.)
- Steven Berkoff – Official Website.
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