British Honduras


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a country on the northeastern coast of Central America on the Caribbean

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There was also an element of public relations: British soldiers were not welcome everywhere in the world, and commanding officers were keen to make a good impression on the people of British Honduras and Nassau.
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That experience by a small group leads to the alienation of Saul from his wife, his father-in-law and the Lancaster Conference, and, finally, to a group of the dissidents leaving the church for a new start in British Honduras.
Mr Godden, after a long career in the Colonial and Foreign services, writes about the transformation of British Honduras into Belize.
It avers that the skull is 'estimated by the British Museum to be at least 3000 years old', and that it 'was found by Anna Mitchell-hedges in British Honduras in 1928 in the ruins of an abandoned Mayan complex'.
The official name of the territory was changed from British Honduras to Belize in June 1973, and full independence was granted on September 21, 1981.
The example editor Cuhaj uses in his Introduction to this new edition is British Honduras is now separate from Belize.
Those of you who have been reading the Negro World will remember that about six months ago the government of British Honduras, through its legislature, voted to suppress the Negro World to prevent it from entering into British Honduras, where it had a circulation of 500 copies weekly.
Charles said his father fought in the Second World War and the Korean War and took part in the Berlin Airlift and in operations in Malaya and British Honduras before coming to Abu Dhabi in 1959.
I will skip over South Africa, British Honduras (Belize) and others to focus on what if of interest to me and my readers.
In chapter 8, Loewen takes a detour to the British Honduras where many more conservative Mennonites migrated during the 1940s to escape modernity.
Formerly known by British Honduras, Belize is located on the Caribbean Sea, bordered by Mexico and Guatemala, and is growing in popularity as a retirement destination for those seeking a lower cost of living, particularly for residents of the U.
Twigg covers Belize's early days as a haven for pirates, its colonial period as British Honduras, and its new status as an ecotourism mecca and a hotspot for Mayan archaeology.
British pirates and settlers quickly established logwood camps in the British Honduras (6) and along Campeche Bay in areas not already settled by the Spanish.
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