Warfare in Latin America, Volume 1
Miguel Angel Centeno
Ashgate, 2007 - Latin America - 1124 pages
This two volume work is the first extensive collection of analytical materials regarding the history of war in Latin America. Covering pre-history to the 1990s, it also includes accounts from every region and form of warfare. Experts on the continent and those who work on the military in other parts of the globe, will find it extremely useful.
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