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98 Historia general de América del Sur - History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial worlds

The purpose of this present book is to show that the German invasion was not limited to the United States, that the Boche insidious conspiracies are and were always built up in all the countries of the earth; that in these conspiracies a constant use is made of the internal strifes about purely domestic affairs in order to prepare the ways of German military aggressions.

Tipo de documento: Libro - Book

Palabras clave: Boche conspiracies, Panama Canal, Canal de Panamá, Historia de Colombia, Siglo XX, Historia política

Temática: 9 Geografía e Historia - History and geography 98 Historia general de América del Sur - History of ancient world; of specific continents, countries, localities; of extraterrestrial worlds





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190 The Great Adventure of Panama It is obvious, on the other hand, that his reserved attitude is due to the fact of his having submitted to the President a report that must remain secret until use is made of it.- -Yes,- replied Pavey; -that is just the thing, and I might even tell you on what day President Roosevelt showed him the copy of the jf atin, the 16th of September.
On that day Mr.
Roosevelt gave a party at Oyster Bay to some friends. On their return a terrific storm practically drenched everyone of them and their names were given by the newspapers.
Bassett Moore was among them.- The date of September 16th entirely corresponded with the arrival, some days earlier, of the paper I had sent on the 2nd of the same month, to President Roosevelts summer residence at Oyster Bay. This information was casting a brilliant light on the whole mysterious question of Mr.
Roosevelts dispositions. He was listening to the advice of exerting coercion on Colombia, on the strength of the treaty of 1846.
This fact clearly demonstrated that the mind and the will of the President were set on Panama.
No fear of a turn toward Nicaragua was visible. The Great Adventure of Panama 191 One question remained to be cleared.
Of the two ways opened-coercion of Colombia by the United States or revolution of Panama by Amador -which was the practical one? All my inclinations were for the former, but without a single exception all my friends declared that the coercion of Colombia would never be carried out. -Do not forget, - they said, -that we are on the eve of presidential elections.
Do not forget that Congress, in passing the Spooner Bill, has stated that the Nicaragua Canal would be finally adopted in case of a failure to obtain the concession from Colombia.
To coerce Colombia would be considered a formal breach of the Spooner Law.
Do not forget that the Nicaragua solution is by an enormous margin the more popular of the two. No president would dare to risk being accused of breakin...






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