February 1933

The Marines Return from Nicaragua

Volume 17, Issue 4

Early in this month (January, 1933) the above title appeared in the headlines of the public press of the United States over stories that told of the withdrawal of the Second Marine Brigade and attached aviation and naval units from field expeditionary duty in the Central American Republic of Nicaragua which had been continuous since January, 1927. To those familiar with the history of the relations of the United States and Nicaragua this phrase has a familiarity due to its repetition from time to time for many years past.

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