Greater Republic of Central America
|Greater Republic of Central America|
|República Mayor de Centroamérica|
|-||Treaty of Amapala||June 20, 1895|
|-||Established||September 15, 1896|
|-||Constitution||November 1, 1898|
|-||Disestablished||November 21, 1898|
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The Greater Republic of Central America was a short-lived union between Honduras, Nicaragua, and El Salvador, lasting from 1896 to 1898. It was an attempt to revive the failed Federal Republic of Central America from earlier in the century.
The three countries agreed to establish a union with the signing of the Treaty of Amapala on 20 June 1895. On 15 September 1896, after the countries had all ratified the treaty individually, the union was formally confirmed. The republic was rechristened the "United States of Central America" when its constitution came into effect on 1 November 1898. The capital was to be located at the Honduran town of Amapala on the Gulf of Fonseca. The union was dissolved after General Tomás Regalado seized power in El Salvador on 21 November.
Before its dissolution, the Greater Republic established diplomatic relationships with the United States.
- Greater Republic of Central America: Recognition of the Political Union of Honduras, Nicaragua, and Salvador