Hi all, I've been a frequent lurker on the Argentine military website 'Zonamilitar' for a good many years now, exclusively for the excellent 'Malvinas guerre' thread that contains some really superb unpublished official and unseen personal photographs of the Falklands conflict. The bulk of the contributors (Argentinian, including some war veterans) give a pretty balanced view of the conflict, offset by some junior members using the forum as a springboard for jingoist rhetoric and 'historical revisionism' but hey-ho, that's life... Anyway, my reason for posting is because this particular website appears to have vanished into the (digital) ether, all attempts to connect are met with 'cannot be found' and any attempts to locate it are similarly rebuffed. I'm an IT luddite admittedly but the overnight disappearance of a long established and well subscribed website seems totally baffling to me, and as a frequent visitor over the years I definately miss it as part of my browsing routine. Incidentley, ARRSER and 3 PARA Falklands veteran 'JimmyOC' has been a fairly regular poster on the site, providing a wealth of facts and first hand annecdotes about his experiences during the campaign and if he reads this I'd be interested to know if he or any ARRSEr's are any wiser about whats happened to 'Zonamilitar'. PS- Mods. if this in the wrong section please re-direct, it's all down to my digital biff-ness, ta. Yours baffled, WALL!!!!