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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1919
(1919)

Honduras,   pp. 374-409 PDF (11.6 MB)


Page 409

HONDURAS                      409
American of this city, and, in his presence, General Lopez G. told
the story of his military campaign and that at that time he had
made no political promises of any character. I told him that it
was currently reported that his campaign had been financed by
German money. This he strongly denied and explained that while
Guillermo Debbe was in his house frequently, he is a nephew by
marriage and he (Lopez) had had no money relations with him. I
then asked General Lopez G. what his attitude would be towards
the Alien Property Law, and he stated that he would be in favor
of it. I told him that I was very glad to learn this, and in the event
that he was the successful candidate at the elections, I would com-
municate his reply to my Government as an expression of his attitude
towards the German interests in Honduras. ...
I have [etc.]                             E. M. LAWTON
BOUNDARY DISPUTE WITH GUATEMALA
(See volume I, pages 85 ff.)
BOUNDARY DISPUTE WITH NICARAGUA
(See volume I, pages 114 ff.)


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