HAITI: End of Intervention

The Republic of Haiti was itself again last week. The mid-summer plague of butterflies fluttered down on the custard apple trees. And in a curt ceremony at Port-au-Prince command of the Haitian army passed from Lieut.-Colonel Clayton B. Vogel of the U. S. Marine Corps to a native colonel named Demosthenes P. Calixte. After 19 years of being ruled from Washington, the Republic of Haiti at last had a crack army of 2,500 men without a single U.S. officer. Last week 275 U.S. Marines sailed away. The rest were due to leave next...

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