Talk:Thousand Days' War

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Translation[edit]

Hi there, Everything you see on this page (as of me writing this comment), besides the introductory paragraph, the "in fiction" section, and the references, was written by me. Well, perhaps "written" isn't the correct term. All I really did was translate es:Guerra de los Mil Días into English. However, the original Spanish page was somewhat confusing to decipher, so the page most probably contains a few inaccuracies. (Bavor Soviet Canuckistan Flag.PNG 02:36, 19 January 2007 (UTC))

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I don't think it makes sense to mention any of the political parties as contenders, as the war was between the legitime government and the guerrerist faction of the liberal party. Even Aquileo Parra, head of the liberal party at the time, was against the war. Besides, the conservative party was split in historic and nationalist, so what faction of the conservative party does the image represent?

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Panama[edit]

The articles on Panama paint the conflict as federalists vs. centralists whereas this article says it's a conflict between liberals and conservatives. So where exactly does Panama fit in and who was who? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.139.81.0 (talk) 12:46, 7 September 2012 (UTC)