Before the discovery of Hispaniola the island that is now Haiti and the Dominican Republic by Christopher Columbus, there was a thriving civilization of native Americans, known as the Arawak-speaking Taino Indians. The arrival of Columbus and European colonialism brought disease, slavery, misery and death.
Butler sitting in car at Gettysburg during a Pickett's Charge reenactment by Marines in Facebook Twitter The excitement of war had no doubt enthralled the young Smedley Butler.
His father served as a US Congressman for over 30 years, and his grandfather served two terms in Congress. Butler attended the elite Haverford School and was set for a life of privilege and power.
However, much to the angst of his father, just 38 days before turning 17, Butler dropped out of High School to enlist in the Marine Corps during the Spanish-American War.
Lying about his age, he received a direct commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Marines. Following training, in Butler was sent to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba after it had been captured. However, in Butler was commissioned as a First Lieutenant, and a long and legendary career in the Marine Corps began.
In Butler was sent to Manila in the Philippines where he became bored with garrison life. Opting to pass the time with alcohol, he was temporarily relieved of his command. In October he finally saw action and got to do what as it turned out he did well — lead Marines in combat.
With Marines under his charge, he set out for the little town of Noveleta to quell a group of Filipino rebels. With his first taste of combat, Butler established himself as a capable leader.
The Boxer Rebellion had erupted, and the Marines were sent into the fray. Butler was shot in the thigh when he climbed out of a trench to save a fellow officer who had been wounded.
His action saved the officer and Butler was promoted to Captain by Brevet. He was one of only 20 marines to receive the Marine Corps Brevet Medal when it was created in During his next session of combat, Butler proved his legendary abilities; as well as his disdain for war.
Butler took part in occupations, police actions, and interventions on behalf of the US. Butler far right with three other legendary Marines. From left to right: Sergeant Major John H.
At Trujillo, Bonillista Rebels and Honduran soldiers were fighting. At the sight of the Marines, they stopped. Butler found the US consul hiding under the consulate floor boards and rescued him.
He led his Marines from one battle to the next. In Butler was in Mexico on a spy mission.Comments. Brother Nathanael January 18, @ pm.
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Maverick Marine: General Smedley D. Butler and the Contradictions of American Military History When used to conquer injustice and backwardness and to spread the American way of life, the use of force was good. , denouncing war on moral grounds after having been a warrior hero and spending most of his life as a military insider.
The. The excitement of war had no doubt enthralled the young Smedley Butler. He became a US Marine Corps Major General, the highest rank achievable at the time, and when he died, he was the most decorated Marine in US history.
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