The Second Nicaraguan Campaign
The Second Nicaraguan Campaign, officially included between the dates of August 27, 1926, and March 31, 1930, is in many ways unique among the various expeditions in which the Marine Corps has been engaged in recent years. In the first place, this was the type of military venture which may he termed an "intervention" as distinguished from an "occupation" such as the Haitian Campaign of 1915 or the Dominican Campaign of 1916.
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