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[19678]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Jul 6)
[19678]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Jul 6)
[19678] MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ… 1914 (Jul 6) Vazuez & Stewart Sucs., Vera Cruz printed envelope to Jrg W. Linn, y Cia, Columbus Ohio bearing USA 2 x 1c from different issues tied Vera Cruz Mex. /U.S.M.AG duplex 1 date stamp...................... In the spring of 1914 relations between the USA & Mexico were strained & the arrest of seamen from USS Dolphin & later another from USS Minnesota with no apology plus a shipment of arms from Germany for Mexican forces on it's way to Vera Cruz caused Admiral F.F. Fletcher to land US Marines & Sailors on 21 April, to take control of Customs House & prevent delivery leading to occupation of the city. On 30 April General Funston's soldiers arrived to take over control of all onshore duties. The occupation ended 23 November after just 7 months
US$130
[19676]  USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR…  1913 (May 12)
[19676]  USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR…  1913 (May 12)
[19676] USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR… 1913 (May 12) Plain envelope to Fort Benjamin. Indianapolis bearing strip 4 x 1c tied scarce violet Galveston Military Branch /Tex ........................................................................ The continued internal Mexican problems & civil war resulted in US concerns for her borders & this short lived date stamp issued 28 Feb 1913 to the US Army 2nd Div. Texas City charged with protecting the borders was less than 6 months later on 1 Nov 1913 changed to Texas City Military Station date stamp.
US$150
[19675]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Aug 10)
[19675]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Aug 10)
[19675] MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ… 1914 (Aug 10) Photographic postcard of Mexican family in garden to Indianapolis from US soldier with 21st Company, 3rd Regiment bearing USA 1c tied Vera Cruz Flag date stamp ............................. In the spring of 1914 relations between the USA & Mexico were strained & the arrest of seamen from USS Dolphin & later another from USS Minnesota with no apology plus a shipment of arms from Germany for Mexican forces on it's way to Vera Cruz Admiral F.F. Fletcher lande US Marines & Sailors on 21 April, to take control of Customs House & prevent delivery leading to occupation of the city. On 30 April General Funston's soldiers arrived to take over control of all onshore duties. The occupation ended 23 November after just 7 months
US$100
[19163]  USA … MEXICAN BORDER WAR 4th AMBULANCE Co…..  1916 (Sep 15)
[19163]  USA … MEXICAN BORDER WAR 4th AMBULANCE Co…..  1916 (Sep 15)
[19163] USA … MEXICAN BORDER WAR 4th AMBULANCE Co….. 1916 (Sep 15) Black & white photographic card entitled 4th Ambulance Co. NY /McAllen Texas to Norwood NY datelined from 1st Lieut. S.C. Schwartz, 4th N.Y. Ambulance Co., McAllen Texas bearing Washinngton-Franklin 1c tied Houston RPO with interesting message regarding enjoying this military game ..................Between 1910 - 1919 tensions & battles between the USA & Mexico raged but in 1919 hese ceased after the battle of Giudad Juarez with Pancho Villa's troops being no longer effective
US$200
[17202]  MEXICO-USA [1914 COMBINATION COVER STRADDLING PERIOD OF US INTERVENTION]  1914(Apr 5)
[17202]  MEXICO-USA [1914 COMBINATION COVER STRADDLING PERIOD OF US INTERVENTION]  1914(Apr 5)
[17202] MEXICO-USA [1914 COMBINATION COVER STRADDLING PERIOD OF US INTERVENTION] 1914(Apr 5) Plain envelope to El Paso bearing pair Mexico 2c tied Del. Correos / Ciudad Juarez duplex d/s & with USA Washington 2c applied tied El Paso / Tex duplex 1 [15 May] d/s........ [These dates straddle the period when Admiral F.F. Fletcher landed his US marines & sailors at Vera Cruz on 21 April 1914............. Unusual]
US$100
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