He Remembered His Mission
IT was June of 1927 in the Land of Nicaraos. The American Marines had landed and were contemplating a situation that had sadly needed being taken in hand. Matters began shaping up.
General Henry L. Stimson's conferences at Tipitapa with the contending Nicaraguan leaders (or their representatives) had become recorded history. Diplomacy had come, done its part, and departed from Managua, homeward-bound, on May 16, 1927. The weighty residue of responsibility was the heritage of the Gyrenes and Gobs.
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