Item description for 1903 Adios Panama: Colombia ante el destino manifiesto (Villegas Historia series) by Enrique Santos Molano...
This historical work offers an alternative interpretation for how Colombia lost Panama in 1903. It argues that the concession of Panama was first initiated in 1788, when Thomas Jefferson decided that the construction of a canal through the isthmus of Panama was imperative in accordance with the principles of the manifest destiny. Information about the the first designs for the construction of the canal is included.
Esta obra historica plantea una interpretacion alternativa de como Colombia perdi Panama. El argumento central sostiene que la prdida se vena cocinando desde 1788, cuando Thomas Jefferson estableci como imperativa la construccin de un canal a travs del istmo de Panam como parte de la mxima del Destino Manifiesto. Tembin incluye informacion sbore las primeros proyectos de la construccin del canal.
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Studio: Villegas Editores
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2005
Publisher Villegas Editores
ISBN 9588160456 ISBN13 9789588160450
Availability 0 units.
More About Enrique Santos Molano
Enrique Santos Molano is the author of "Adios Panama," He has written for "El Tiempo" newspaper since 1963 and currently writes a column under the pen name Juan Amarillo. Miguel Salazar Aparicio is a photographer, a historian, and a filmmaker with more than 15 short films to his credit. His work has appeared in various Spanish books, including "Colombia Panoramica,"