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Coast Guard Foundation Mark A. Spiller George C. Marshall Professor of Military History U. Chile—History, Military—19th century. Bolivia—History, Military—19th century. Peru—History, Military—19th century. Dixon, my son-in-law, and Milo Joseph Dixon, my grandson. The Prewar Maneuvers 27 2. Comparing the Armies 44 3.
Comparing the Navies 96 4. Chipana to Iquique 5. Angamos and Beyond 6. The Land War Begins 7. The Tacna and Arica Campaigns 8. Investing Lima 9. The Dirty War Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index Maps 1. Naval Battle of Iquique 2. Naval Battle of Angamos 3. Landing at Pisagua 4. Battle of Arica 8. Battle of Chorrillos 9. The Sierra Campaign 10b. The Peruvian Counteroffensive Small arms 62 5. Artillery 64 6. A comparison of Chilean and Peruvian naval vessels 7.
Bolivian army, 1 April 8. Allied forces defending Pisagua Battles of Los Angeles, 22 March Battle of Arica, 7 June Peruvian defenders Battles of Lima, 13, 15 January Battle of Huamachuco, 10 July Estimated Chilean combat casualties Allied casualties Acknowledgments This book, like many scholarly works, is the result of a collaborative effort.
My close friends Professors Christon Archer and Jaime Rodriguez mercilessly harassed, hectored, and hounded me in order to present the reader with a study that purports to be a volume of objective scholarship.
I think their collective efforts have successfully restrained my natural exuberance, although the churlish might disagree. The list of Chilean colleagues to whom I owe a great deal grows longer with each year. Professor Patricia Arancibia Clavel, her brother, Gen. Roberto Arancibia Clavel, Ret. Ricardo Couyoumdjian and his wife, Mabel, have always made a place for me in their home, as well as at their dinner table, which I deeply appreciate. My mispocha—the late Nana Bronfman and her children and Lucy and her husband, Claudio, son Eduardo, and daughter Irene—have generously welcomed me whenever I visited Santiago.