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Britain and Latin America in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Studies In Modern History) Paperback – 5 Jul 1993


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"Tyhe book is a ground-breaking guide. The strengths of the text lie in its organisation [it] succeeds in providing LAtin Americanists with an invaulable source."
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A good overview of Anglo-Latin American relations 3 April 2000
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The book is very easy to read and contains many important information, especially focused in four Latin American countries: Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico, which were the more important for British interests in the region.
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