"At the start of the Second World War, Iceland was an impoverished, backward colony of Denmark. As the European powers were falling one after the other intothe hands of the Germans and their allies, Churchill presented the case for invading Iceland to his war cabinet. He became Prime Minister the very day the British Army landed in Reykjavík."
Author Páll Baldvin Baldvinsson, transl. Lorenza Garcia
Publisher JPV, 2019
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