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The Landing at Veracruz: 1914 by Jack…
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The Landing at Veracruz: 1914 (1968)

by Jack Sweetman

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On the morning of January 31, 1914, the USS Minnesota swung to her anchor off Veracruz, Mexico.  It was Sunday and her crew could hear the muted peal of church bells from the city.  Otherwise, Veracruz seemed to be slumbering in the warm sunlight, a jumble of bright, pastel buildings between the sand hills and the sea.  To the men on the Minnesota, it was a depressingly familiar scene.
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