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United States Department of State / Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, 1920
(1920)

List of papers,   pp. IX-LXXXV ff. PDF (23.2 MB)


Page LXXXII


lIST OF PAPERS
HONDURAS
REVOLUTIONARY DISORDERS ON THE FRONTIERS, ETC.-Continued
Subject
From the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
President's reassertion of aloofness from Honduran affairs
and insistence upon investigation of situation by U. S. Lega-
tion guard.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Inauguration of President L6pez; apparent cooperation by
Salvador and Nicaragua with Honduras regarding border
affairs.
To the Consul in Charge of the Legalion in Honduras (tel.)
Instructions to make full report as to whether revolutionary
activities on the border have ceased.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Note from Government (text printed) stressing critical
border situation and requesting U. S. counsel as to means to
prevent open war with Nicaragua.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Declaration of martial law in south including Tegucigalpa.
Recruiting of troops for Nicaraguan boundary service.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Information that request has been made of Navy Depart-
ment to send marines from Managua to investigate situation
on border.
To the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Instructions to urge importance of refraining from any action
which might lead to conflict pending investigation of situation
by Legation guard in Nicaragua.
From the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Renewed activities of Honduran revolutionists, operating
from Nicaraguan territory.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Inability of Navy Department to send marines to border;
request for views and recommendations as to best method of
ascertaining facts regarding disorders.
To the Consul in Charge of the Legation in Honduras (tel.)
Telegram from U. S. Legation at Managua (text printed) in
explanation of alleged supplying of arms to Honduran revolu-
tionists and President Chamorro's orders to effect concentra-
tion of revolutionists.
From the Honduran Minister
Request that orders be issued to prevent export of arms from
the United States to Salvador by certain Hondurans planning
to start expedition into Honduras.
To the Minister in Nicaragua (tel.)
Instructions to investigate reported activities aiming at
armed invasion of Honduras and, if true, to take energetic
action with Government.
(Sent, mutatis mutandis, to Charg6 in Salvador and repeated
to consul in charge of Legation in Honduras for information.)
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Date and
number
1920
Feb. 2
(4)
Feb. 2
(13)
Feb. 7
(8)
Feb. 18
(20)
Feb. 20
(21)
Feb. 25
(16)
Feb. 25
(14)
Feb. 25
(24)
Mar. 3
(17)
Mar. 11
(19)
Apr. 27
May 4
(18)
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