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Posted by: formwiz Has Osprey considered a Raid on Sir Henry Morgan's raid on Panama? He got it right 250 years before Gallipoli.
Posted on: 26/04/2013 23:55:00

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Posted by: MrHistory 2
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Joined Date: Friday, 15 March 2013
I agree, would be very interesting.
Posted on: 27/04/2013 00:57:00
Posted by: WickedMessenger
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Joined Date: Wednesday, 22 May 2013
This would make an excellent Raid book. Where else can you find pirates, cowboys & Indians all in one?
Posted on: 27/04/2013 12:06:00
Posted by: AdamC
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Porto Bello 1668. Sure, I’m in!!! Sounds like lots buckle swashing, pillaging and fisty cuffs against the odds and such like!!!
Posted on: 14/05/2013 13:47:00
Posted by: AdamC
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Oooow, or are we talking the 1670-71 raid that burned Panama City??? Either way both sound interesting!
Posted on: 14/05/2013 13:52:00
Posted by: America undefeated!
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What about the unsuccessful 1787 French attack on the Spanish-held Panama City?
Posted on: 19/06/2013 20:39:00
Posted by: Loïc
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Joined Date: Monday, 5 January 2009
France was in war against Spain this year?!
Posted on: 24/07/2013 21:54:00
Posted by: America undefeated!
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Joined Date: Monday, 17 June 2013
Yes,Franco-Spanish War of 1787. quite a war,in the Carribean,France/Spain,South America,US,and Central America/Mexico.
Posted on: 26/07/2013 16:53:00
Posted by: .George Washington
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Joined Date: Friday, 21 June 2013
America undefeated: I will take copies of Panama 1671 and 1787!
Posted on: 26/07/2013 16:55:00

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