FILE - This is a  Sunday, June 6, 1982 file photo of U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the lunch table, Sunday, June 6, 1982 at the Palace of Versailles, France, following the first session of the second days summit meeting.  Margaret Thatcher felt betrayed by close ally Ronald Reagan over the Falkland Islands, according to newly released papers that reveal how isolated Britain's prime minister was in her determination to repel the Argentine invasion by force. When Argentina seized the British territory off the South American coast in April 1982, Thatcher's government presented a united front in public.(AP Photo/ File)

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FILE - This is a Sunday, June 6, 1982 file photo of U.S. President Ronald Reagan and Britain's Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at the lunch table, Sunday, June 6, 1982 at the Palace of Versailles, France, following the first session of the second days summit meeting. Margaret Thatcher felt betrayed by close ally Ronald Reagan over the Falkland Islands, according to newly released papers that reveal how isolated Britain's prime minister was in her determination to repel the Argentine invasion by force. When Argentina seized the British territory off the South American coast in April 1982, Thatcher's government presented a united front in public.(AP Photo/ File)

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