Ian Mather has been a journalist for 48 years, most of the time as a foreign and defence correspondent for national newspapers. He is now an author, a freelance journalist and an international election monitor. He is married with three grown-up children and lives in Muswell Hill, London.  
  Hot War, Cold War
Volume One
Hot War, Cold War
Volume Two
For You The War Is Over
Imprisionment in Argentina, and the subsequent return.
  During the Falklands War in 1982 Ian Mather, Defence Correspondent of The Observer, was arrested in Argentina. He was charged with espionage and locked up in Ushuaia Prison, Tierra Del Fuego - the most southerly prison in the world. This is his account of how he survived. It reveals how journalists are put in peril when governments blur the borderline between legitimate reporting and the murky world of espionage.
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  Model of prisoner in old Ushuaia prison, now a museum The author in prison, drawn by Margaret Mather from her imagination Memorial to the General Belgrano dead in an Ushuaia park The Campaign Poster The family at the 1982 press conference at Gatwick Airport