I've just been reading 'The Falklands War' by Martin Middlebrook, and came across these statistics in the final chapter. 'Operation Corporate had cost the lives of 255 members of the British Forces........Comparing these deaths with other conflicts in which Britain has been involved since the Second World War, they are not as high as Korea (537 deaths), Malaya (525 deaths) and Northern Ireland (352 deaths up to the end of the Falklands war but the Falklands deaths are more than were suffered in any of the Palestine, Cyprus, Indonesia, Aden or Oman conflicts. The number of men wounded in the Falklands was 777.' I was quite surprised at the numbers in Korea, although there's never much written about that war, I expected to find that there would have been many more casualties. Interesting book by the way.