Borderland on the Isthmus examines the Canal Zone
from its construction in 1903 until it was handed over to Panama in 1999.
This will be our last visit to the Egyptian Canal Zone
due to age and health reasons.
He called the collage Canal Zone
, after his birthplace in the Panama Canal Zone
, and included it in an exhibition of the same title at the Eden Rock Hotel in St.
She remained in the Canal Zone
until the British left Egypt in 1956, when she relocated to RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, where she ran a club until her death in 1962.
Gretchen graduated from Balboa High School in Balboa Canal Zone
. She graduated from LaSalle College in Auburndale, MA.
The Panama writers hailed the Canal Zone
as a model society, a collectivist "ministate" in which the government would not only oversee construction but also regulate virtually every aspect of society.
Alan Clarke and John Reeves are both Canal Zoners, a group for veterans who from the Suez Canal Zone
. They remember the time leading up to the Suez Crisis as one of mounting tensions between the British Army and Egyptian antagonists.
There is an element in the British military position in the Suez Canal Zone
, additional to those mentioned in Steve Morewood's excellent article ('Suez: The Canal Before The Crisis', November 2006).
Called up just after the war and sent to places like Palestine and the Canal Zone
, we were paid four shillings a day - that's all of 20p in today's money.
Prior to World War I, the admirals and generals who comprised the board additionally antagonized their civilian superiors through a unilateral decision to change its statutory authority and recommendations for a military-only Canal Zone
* Searching for anyone who served during 1969/70 in the nation 01 Panama Canal Zone
in the Panama Canal Zone
, at 252 Signal Company, Fort Clayton and also Flamingo Island near Amadore Canal Zone
Clark was born in 1914 in the Panama Canal Zone
. As a small child, he immigrated with his family to Harlem.