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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





Fuente: http://www.bdigital.unal.edu.co


Introducción



The Great Adventure of Panama ~05 He was pale and his features were haggard. -Have you slept?- he asked, by way of greeting. -Very well,- I answered.
-And you?- -Not one second,- he replied, taking a seat. C But I have been thinking, and I have discovered that I am nothing but a fool.
I understand. Pardon me.
I shall obey.- -That is what I call a sensible speech,- I said. -Well, there is nothing more to be said, as you at last understand.
I must go to-morrow, Thursday, to Washington, for the inauguration of the Statue of General Sherman.
I am invited by his niece, Mrs.
Sherman MacCallum.
I will perhaps find how to complete the cycle of my information. Prepare yourself to leave by the next boat, Tuesday, October ~Oth, for the Isthmus.
On my return from Washington I will give you a precise programme of action.
Now leave me, so that I can prepare it at leisure.- I wanted to be free from his presence to prepare a rational and mature plan, which I did not want to leave him the time to discuss in detail. MY MEETING WITH MR.
HAY, SECRETARY OF STATE I intended, in going to Washington, not only to have time for quiet thought, but also to find 206 The Great Adventure of Panama an opportunity of becoming acquainted with Mr., Hay.
I had met this eminent man.
once only, at the house of Mr.
Bigelow, but I had not had the chance of speaking to him. The opportunity arrived.
I had gone to call on Mr.
Loomis, in the State Department.
Mr. Hay, whose office was next to Mr.
Loomiss, en- tered to ask for some information.
Mr.
Loomis introduced me.
Mr.
Hay, with much courtesy, once the first greetings had been exchanged, invited me to his own office. The subject of our conversation was, at first, our common friendship for Mr.
John Bigelow. Our talk had scarcely begun when the usher entered and gave a card to the Secretary of State. I noticed a certain embarrassment on his features. I intervened: -Mr.
Secretary of State, I should be sorry if my unexpected presence were to interr...






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