A force of about 3,000 men, well trained, commanded by 215 officers of the regular service, distributed throughout the Republic of Haiti, in five military departments, performing simultaneously the duties of police force and national army,-such was the Garde of Haiti, August first, 1934, the date on which Colonel Vogel, of the United States Marine Corps, turned over his duties to the senior Haitian officer of the organization.
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