A full list of U.S. war crimes Part 2

1901 — sending troops to Colombia.

1902 — the invasion of Panama.

1903 — U.S. sent the Isthmian warships in order to isolate the Colombian army. November 3 was proclaimed political independence of the Republic of Panama. In the same month, Panama, were virtually at the mercy of the U.S., was forced to sign a treaty with the United States, according to which the territory for the construction of the canal "in perpetuity" was given to the use of the United States. States were allowed to build in a certain area, and then operate the canal, there have armed forces, etc. In 1904, a constitution was adopted in Panama, the United States granted the right to land troops in any part of the country, which has repeatedly been used by the U.S. government to suppress the anti-imperialist speeches. Presidential elections in 1908, 1912, 1918 were held under the supervision of U.S. troops.

1903 — the invasion of Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Syria.

1904 — sending troops to Korea, Morocco and the Dominican Republic.

1904 — 1905 — U.S. troops intervene sq Russian-Japanese war.

1905 — U.S. troops intervene in a revolution in Honduras.

1905 — Mexico sending troops (the dictator Porfirio Díaz helped suppress the rebellion).

1905 — sending troops to Korea.

1906 — invasion of the Philippines, the suppression of the liberation movement.

1906 — 1909 — U.S. troops are in Cuba during the elections. 1906 — Rise of the liberals protesting against lawlessness committed by the government of President Mrs E. Palm. Palm asks U.S. to send troops, but the U.S. government sends to Cuba intermediaries. Following the resignation of President Mrs E. Palm, the U.S. announced the creation of the country's interim government that will be in power for as long as the state is not restored order. 1906.10.02 — The victory of the Liberals in the election. H.Gomes elected President of Cuba.

1907 — U.S. troops enforce protectorate "dollar diplomacy" in Nicaragua.

1907 — U.S. troops intervene in a revolution in the Dominican Republic

1907 — U.S. troops are involved in a war with Honduras, Nicaragua.

1908 — U.S. troops are in Panama during the elections.

1910 — Nicaragua. U.S. troops invade the port of Corinto and Blyufildz. The United States sent military forces in Nicaragua and organized anti-government conspiracy (1909), in which Zelaya was forced to flee the country. In 1910 the junta was formed from the pro-American generals: X. Estrada, E. Chamorro and employee of the American mining company A. Diaz. In the same year, became President Estrada, but the following year he was succeeded by A. Diaz, supported by U.S. troops.

1911 — Americans landed in Honduras to support the rebellion under the leadership of former President Manuel Bonnily against the legitimately elected President Miguel Davila.

1911 — the suppression of anti-American uprising in the Philippines.

1911 — introduction of troops in China.

1912 — U.S. troops are in Havana (Cuba).

1912 — U.S. troops are in Panama during the elections.

1912 — Invasion of U.S. troops to Honduras.

1912 — 1933 — the occupation of Nicaragua, is a constant struggle with the guerrillas. Nicaragua has become a monopoly of the colony, "United Fruit Company", etc. American companies. In 1914 in Washington signed an agreement under which the United States had the right to build an inter-oceanic canal in Nicaragua. In 1917 he became President E. Chamorro, the United States has concluded with a number of new agreements which led to even greater enslavement of the country.

1914 — U.S. troops are in the Dominican Republic, the battle with the rebels for Santa Domingo.

1914 — 1918 — a series of incursions into Mexico. In 1910, it launched a powerful peasant movement, Francisco Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata against the puppet of America and England, the dictator Porfirio Diaz. In 1911, Diaz fled the country and was succeeded by the liberal Francisco Madero. But even he did not approach the Americans, and in 1913, again, a pro-American General Victoriano Huerta overthrew Madero, killing him. Zapata and Villa put pressure, and at the end of 1914 occupied the capital Mexico City. Huerta junta collapsed, and the United States moved to a direct intervention. In fact, in April 1914 in the Mexican port of Veracruz landed American troops, who remained there until October. President of Mexico, meanwhile, became a seasoned politician and a major landowner V. Carranza. He defeated Vilyu, but opposed the imperialist policy of the United States and promised to carry out land reform. In March of 1916 the U.S. Army under the command of Pershing crossed the Mexican border, but an easy walk from the Yankees did not happen. Government troops and guerrilla armies P. A. Villa and Zapata, temporarily forgetting civil strife, united and Pershing kicked out of the country.

1914 — 1934 — Haiti. After numerous uprisings America introduces its troops, the occupation lasts 19 years.

1916 — 1924 — 8-year-old occupation of the Dominican Republic.

1917 — 1933 — the military occupation of Cuba, the economic protectorate.

1917 — 1918 — participation in the 1st World War. At first America "maintained neutrality", ie arms sales to astronomical sums uncontrollably grew rich, entered the war as much as in 1917, ie in near the end, lost only 40,000 people (Russian, for example — 200000), but after the war, found himself the winner. As we know, like they fought in the Second World War. States in Europe, fought in the First World to change the rules of the "game" but not to "seek a more substantial equality of opportunity" and to ensure the future absolute inequality in favor of the United States. In Europe, America did not come here for the sake of Europe, but also for the sake of America. Overseas capital was preparing this war, and he won it. After the end of the war, they by various machinations over other allies have succeeded in the enslavement of Germany, resulting in weakened by the war, and so the country fell into absolute chaos, where he was born fascism. Fascism, too, by the way, developed with the active help of America, which helped him until the end of the Second World War. State other than the United States, after the war, were in debt to international financial groups and monopolies, where the U.S. capital had played the first, but not the only violin. Just what they wanted the United States, they sought — and in Paris in 1919 and in Paris in 1929 goda.Shtaty not secured a mandate, not colonies, but the right and ability to control the situation in the world as it was necessary for them, rather — capital of America. Of course, not all our plans succeed, and independent Soviet Russia as a result of the imperialist war, instead of the bourgeois dependent on Russia was the largest and most painful blunder. She's had so far with respect to time … But the rest of Europe was "essentially a monopoly by the Yankees and K °". There is increasing evidence that the United States and Britain are the main culprits of the outbreak of the First World War. All this can be found in the passage from the book of Sergei Kremleva "Russia and Germany bleed!"

1917 — American tycoons gladly funded the socialist revolution in Russia, hoping to call it a civil war, chaos and total elimination of this country. Recall that at the same time Russia has participated in the 1st World War, which further undermined it. Here are the specific names of the sponsors: Jacob Schiff, Felix and Paul Wartburg, Otto Kahn, Mortimer Schiff, Guggenheim, Isaac Seligman. When the civil war really began, the Americans abandoned their effort to further the destruction of Russian. Especially high hopes they had pinned on Trotsky because extremely upset when Stalin saw through their plans and eliminated the enemy. After the revolution of 1917, U.S. President Woodrow Wilson outlined the U.S. policy regarding Russia as follows: all White Guard governments in Russia should get help and recognition of the Entente; Caucasus — is part of the problem the Turkish Empire, Central Asia has become a protectorate of the Anglo-Saxons, in Siberia should be a separate government, and in Great — a new (ie, not Soviet). After the victory over the "red plague" Wilson planned to send in Russian troops from the Christian youth associations "for the moral training and guidance Russian people." In 1918, American troops came to Vladivostok, and ultimately drive them to the Russian territory was only by 1922. More December 23, 1917 Clemenceau and Foch Pichon of France, and Lord Milner, Cecil from England concluded a secret convention on the division of spheres of influence in Russia: England — the Caucasus, the Kuban, Don, and France — Bessarabia, Ukraine, Crimea. U.S. formally did not participate in the convention, although in fact held in the hands of all the threads, especially pretending to Siberia and the Far East … Map prepared by the U.S. State Department to the U.S. delegation to the Paris Peace Conference, showing it vividly graphic document: Russian state took it only Srednerussky Upland. Baltic States, Belarus, Ukraine, the Caucasus, Siberia and Central Asia turned to "gosdepovskoy" map "independent", "independent" state. Before the implementation of their plan was several decades.

1918 — 1922 — Intervention in Russia. A total of 14 countries had participated. Provide active support for the breakaway territories of Russia — Kolchak and the Far Eastern Republic. Under the guise of Americans have appropriated much of the gold reserves of Russia, taking it from a drug addict Kolchak on the promise to deliver weapons. His promise they did not keep. Provide active support for the breakaway territories of Russia — Kolchak and the Far Eastern Republic. Our gold saved them during the Great Depression, when the government decided to deal with the enormous unemployment by hiring the civil service. To pay for this unplanned labor needed huge amounts of money, and that's when the stolen gold in handy.

1918 — 1920 — Panama. After the election, the sending of troops to quell the unrest.

1919 — COSTA RICA. The uprising against the regime of President Tinoco. Under U.S. pressure, Tinoco resigned as president, but the unrest in the country has not stopped. The landing of U.S. troops to "protect American interests". The election of President D. Garcia. The country has restored democratic rule.

1919 — U.S. troops fighting on the side of Italy against Serbs in Dolmatov.

1919 — U.S. troops are in Honduras during the elections.

1920 — Guatemala. 2-week intervention.

1921 — U.S. support for the rebels who fought for the overthrow of Guatemalan President Carlos Herrera for the benefit of the United Fruit Company.

1922 — Intervention in Turkey.

1922 — 1927 — U.S. forces in China during the popular uprising.

1924 — 1925 — Honduras. Troops invaded the country during the elections.

1925 — Panama. American forces dispersed a general strike.

1926 — Nicaragua. Invasion.

1927 — 1934 — all over China statsionirovany American troops.

1932 — El Salvador invasion from the sea. There at the time there was an uprising.

1936 — Spain. Introduction of troops during the Civil War.

1937 — single military clash with Japan.

1937 — Nicaragua. With the help of U.S. troops Somoza came to power, displacing the legitimate government of Hamid Sacasa. Somoza was a dictator, his family ruled the country the next 40 years.

1939 — The introduction of troops in China.

1941 — Yugoslavia. The coup d'etat on the night of 26 to 27 March 1941, organized by the Anglo-American intelligence agencies, as a result of the coup which overthrew the government of Cvetkovic-Matchek.

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