March 1930

Preserving the Marine Traditions in the Land Columbus Loved

Volume 15, Issue 1

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was written just before the recent revolution in Santo Domingo which forced President Vasquez out of office and brought about the formation of a provisional government pending a popular election. Up to the time of going to press no detailed information had reached the United States regarding the behavior of the Dominican Army, but press dispatches indicate that it was a stabilizing force which guarded the country from looting and unnecessary bloodshed.

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