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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-XCVI PDF (25.5 MB)


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LIST OF PAPERS
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SALVADOR
INSURREOION BY ARTURO ARAUJO AND His EscArP TO HONDURAS, ETC.-COn-
tinued
Subject
From the Charge in Salvador (tel.)
President's denial of ultimatum and invasion of Hon-
duras and assurance that all questions will be settled
amicably.
From the Chargg in Honduras
President's assurance of friendliness toward Salvador;
appreciation of U1. S. steps to secure withdrawal by Sal-
vador of ultimatum demanding resignation of the Hondu-
ran Minister of War; anxiety regarding danger of trouble
from Nicaragua. Capture and detention of Araujo.
From the ChargA in Salvador
Report of tranquil political conditions and election of
presidential designados; retention of troops on frontier;
arrival of the Tacoma.
From the Salvadoran Minister
Foreign Minister's declarations (text printed) denying
ultimatum and hostilities against Honduras and declining
all responsibility for what has occurred; expression of grat-
itude for tender of U. S. good offices.
From the Honduran Minister
Telegram from Honduran Minister in Salvador (text
printed) regarding Salvadoran ultimatum served on Hon-
duras.
From the Charge in Honduras (tel.)
Tense political situation because of menace from Salva-
doran and Nicaraguan frontiers. Honduran appreciation
of offer of U. S. good offices. Arrival of the Sacramento.
From the Charge in Salvador
Departure of Araujo and adherents from Honduras,
former en route to the United States; removal of Salvadoran
troops from frontier; defeat by Honduras of revolutionists
coming from Nicaraguan border.
To the Charg6 in Salvador
Discrepancies in reports from Salvador and Honduras;
inquiry as to reasons for believing in accuracy of Salva-
doran statements.
To the Chargg in Salvador (tel.)
Note verbale for Foreign Minister (text printed) depre-
eating toleration of revolutionary agitation against neigh-
boring state and urging enforcement of neutrality laws.
From the ChargA in Salvador
Assurances of President and other high officials led to
assumption that no ultimatum was delivered by Salvador
to Honduras.
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Date and
number
1920
May 17
(19)
May 20
(656)
MayT22
(622)
May;24
May 26
May 26
(44)
June 5
(630)
June 30
(209)
July 12
(13)
Aug. 4
(657)
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