Canal Zone

Canal Zone may refer to:

  • Panama Canal Zone, the former United States territory
  • Suez Canal Zone, the informal zone around the Suez Canal in Egypt

Other articles related to "canal zone, canal":

Canal Zone Police
... The Canal Zone Police was a force that consisted of more than 400 police officers of all ranks split into two Divisions, Atlantic and Pacific, and between about 25 ... It was responsible for the security of Canal Zone property, as well as general policing duties, using a wide range of transportation, including boats, horses. 31, 1982 when law enforcement responsibilities for the former Panama Canal Zone passed to the Republic of Panama as mandated by the Torrijos-Carter Treaties of 1977 ...
Balboa High School (Panama) - Late History
... With the abolition of the Canal Zone government in 1979, Balboa High School, like the rest of the Canal Zone Schools system, fell under the Department of Defense Dependents Schools ... Over the next two decades, the population of American Canal Zone dependents decreased as the population of the Canal Zone itself changed ... Aside from thousands of American dependents of the Panama Canal Company (later Panama Canal Commission), Canal Zone Government and U.S ...
Cardenas, Panama
... Cardenas was a township in the old Panama Canal Zone ... The main cemetery for the Panama Canal Zone was located along this road ... one-room building available for use by clubs and Troop 14, Canal Zone Council, Boy Scouts of America ...
MH-1A - Sturgis in Panama Canal Zone, 1968-1976
1968 jeopardized both the efficient operation of the Panama Canal locks and the production of hydroelectric power for the Canal Zone ... of 20 megawatts capacity was deployed to the Canal Zone in November 1968 ... These two barges not only contributed to meeting the Canal Zone’s power requirements, but also made possible the saving of vast quantities of water that otherwise would have been needed to ...

Famous quotes containing the words zone and/or canal:

    Light is meaningful only in relation to darkness, and truth presupposes error. It is these mingled opposites which people our life, which make it pungent, intoxicating. We only exist in terms of this conflict, in the zone where black and white clash.
    Louis Aragon (1897–1982)

    My impression about the Panama Canal is that the great revolution it is going to introduce in the trade of the world is in the trade between the east and the west coast of the United States.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)