While I was away, the packages piled up at work, so I actually had a reason to come back to work this year (mortgages and feeding children aside....).
Most of these were selected for their relative cheapness more than anything else, although I believe "Goose Green" by Mark Adkin was recommended in one of the TFL Specials.
The two larger format books I ordered because I figured that they would have a number of pictures that would be useful in envisioning men, machines and terrain for the conflict (I was only 5 when the war took place). Having a quick skim, this certainly appears to be the case.
There are a few more books that I would like to get, including "No Picnic" by Julian Thompson, but I'm going to have to wait until I can save some more money.
Keen for any recommendations that others may have on this, particularly for good texts presenting the Argentinian perspective.
I also picked up a couple more Don Featherstone books (Battle Notes for Wargamers and the Victorian Colonial Warfare book on India), as I've been quitely collecting many of his books over the last 6 months.
Now to sneak them home without my wife noticing........