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Atacama Desert was a rough terrain to conquer and occupy for long.
It was nearly waterless and had few roads and railroads. From the
beginning of the war it became clear that, to seize or defend the
local nitrate resources in a difficult desert terrain, control of
the sea would be the deciding factor. In 1879 Bolivia didn't
possess any ships, but on March 26, 1879 Daza formally offered
letters of marque to any ships willing to go to combat for Bolivia.
3] Bolivia hadn't signed the Paris Declaration Respecting Maritime
Law but the USA, England and France stood by the treaty and refused
to accept the legality of Bolivia's act.
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