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Reference FCO 7/1472
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title General Francisco de Miranda; Preservation of house in Camden, London, where General Miranda (known as the Precursor of Independence of all Spanish American Republics) lived for 7 years; details on Venezuela and other Andean countries (1970)
Description Preservation of General Francisco de Miranda's house in London. Instituto de Estudios Históricos Mirandino. Contacts with the British Embassy in Caracas, Venezuela. Miranda's historic significance and role as a leading figure in the campaign for the Independence of all Spanish American Republics. 'El Archivo y la Casa de Miranda' by Carlos Pi Sunyer, 95 page booklet about Francesco de Miranda (1750-1816) who lived in London between 1803 and 1810. Commemoration of his life's work in support of Simon Bolivar and others in fighting for Independence for the Republics of Latin America.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries United States, United Kingdom, Venezuela
Places Bahamas; Bolivia; Colombia; France; Gibraltar; Jamaica; Lima; Panama; Russia; Spain; United States of America; Venezuela
People Wales, HRH the Prince of
Topics British Embassy; CIA (Central Intelligence Agency); Conservation; Department of State; Draft; Education; Environment; Irish Republican Army (IRA)
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