Central American Union
1825, as a loose federal state comprising Costa Rica, Guatemala (Guatemala), Honduras, Nicaragua and El Salvador, on gaining independence from Spanish colonial rule. For a short time, annexed to the Mexican empire. Also referred to as Central American Federation. Ceased to exist 1838. Although several subsequent attempts failed to resuscitate the Union, it is a forerunner of H-XD3033 - Organization of Central American States, set up 14 Oct 1951, San Salvador (El Salvador), and its successor F-XF2858 - Central American Integration System.
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