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Army & Navy - HEROES: Old Soldier

(See Cover) On the walks and lawns of Washington's Walter Reed Hospital the war-wounded push themselves around in wheel chairs or hobble among the reddening...

HEROES: Birthday

"They will never call him Papa Pershing," War Correspondent Hey wood Broun wrote 22 years ago in France. Last week, when the commanding general of the A. E...

LATIN AMERICA: Pershing Unruffled

Pershing Unruffled Last week the deliberations of the Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commission,* chairmaned by General John J. Pershing, reached an acute...

LATIN AMERICA: A-Dancing

LATIN AMERICAN General John J. Pershing left Peru after having attended as U. S. Ambassador and Envoy Extraordinary the centenary exercises of Peru's...

ARMY: Sultan of the Guard

Last week there was a small but hopeful sign that the U.S. Army might be on the way to getting tough—tough enough to face modern military competition. Major...

People: Old Campaigners

In Washington, General of the Armies John J. Pershing reached 87 at Walter Reed General Hospital (where he has lived for years), watched the usual mounds of...

LATIN AMERICA: Decision, Words

After a stormy session the Tacna-Arica Plebiscitary Commission adopted a motion presented by its chairman, General John J. Pershing, in which April 15, 1926,...

LATIN AMERICA: Chairman Pershing

U. S. President Coolidge appointed General John J. Pershing to be Chairman of the Tacna-Arica Plebiscite Commission which, it was hoped, would end the...

LATIN AMERICA: No Man s Land

There is a little strip of territory between Peru and Chile, called Tacna-Arica, which both countries claim and nobody really owns pending a plebiscite...

Foreign News: Plebiscite

Last week in the town of Arica, capital of the Chilean Province of Arica, began the last act of the drama called the Tacna-Arica dispute—a dispute to which...

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