Henry Morgan's Raid on Panama: Geopolitics and Colonial Ramifications, 1669-1674 (Caribbean Studies v. 10)

Henry Morgan's Raid on Panama: Geopolitics and Colonial Ramifications, 1669-1674 (Caribbean Studies v. 10)

By: Sandra Marie Petrovich (author)Hardback

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Henry Morgan and his band of English commission buccaneers went on a raid of reprisal against he Spanish, looting Panama and ultimatly destroying the city. They also nearly managed to ruin the diplomatic plans between England and Spain. As a result of this King Charles II created a colonial policy for the Carribean, something the British had lacked for half a century. This study examines that raid and the aftermath that followed.

Contents

Set up and bacground; diplomacy in Europe - 1670-1671; the prepartaions of the raid; the raid on Panama - actors and observers; the aftermath.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773474222
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 142
  • ID: 9780773474222
  • ISBN10: 0773474226

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