El Salvador: Peace on Trial

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Oxfam, Jan 1, 1997 - History - 64 pages
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This outstanding series provides concise and lively introductions to countries such as El Salvador and the major development issues they face. Packed full of factual information, photographs and maps, the guides also focus on ordinary people and the impact that historical, economic and environmental issues have on their lives.
 

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Page 4 - Goascoran in the Gulf of Fonseca, and is bounded inland by Guatemala on the west and Honduras on the north and east. Its length from east to west is 140 miles, and its average breadth about 60 miles. Its area is estimated at 7225 square miles, and in 1883 it contained 613,273 inhabitants (290,870. males, 322,403 females). With the exception of a comparatively narrow seaboard of low alluvial plains, the country consists...
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About the author (1997)

Kevin Murray is the Chairman of Bell Pottinger, one of the UK's leading PR offices with 20 agencies worldwide, including New York and Washington DC. He was previously the Director of Communications for British Airways and is a former national newspaper journalist, magazine publisher and marketing director.

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