Military of Panama

Military of Panama

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Britten Norman Islander || || Utility and transport || N || ||
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Further reading

* "Military Foundations of Panamanian Politics," Robert C. Harding, Transaction Publishing, 2001.
* "The History of Panama," Robert C. Harding, Greenwood Publishing, 2006.

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