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EDSN 27.04.25

EDSN-DOCS THRU 1927

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27.04.18A SANDINO

27.04.18B SANDINO

27.04.19 RIVERA
27.04.19 SANDINO
27.04.20 SHEARER
27.04.25 CASTILLO
27.04.30 LOBO

27.05.09 SANDINO PV

27.05.18A SANDINO

27.05.18B SANDINO PV

27.05.19 SANDINO PV

27.05.22 GARCÍA

27.05.23 SANDINO PV

27.05.24A SANDINO PV

27.05.24B SANDINO PV

27.05.24C SANDINO

27.06.05 WEBSTER

27.06.07 SANDINO

27.06.08 ARDÓN

27.06.14 SANDINO PV

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EDSN 27.04.25    •    D. Castillo Rodríguez to Military Chiefs, Alcaldes, and Comandantes of the Republic

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To the Military Chiefs, Alcaldes, and Comandantes of the Republic.
 
Jinotega, 8:30 a.m., 25 April 1927. [Telegram deposited in Ocotal, 10:00 a.m.]
 
I have the pleasure to inform you that after the column commanded by Generals Sandino, Parajón, and López Irías left this town, as you know, they took San Ramón's town. They continued their march toward different places, blocking the forces of Díaz, so Sebaco and Darío were seized by Sandino, and the enemy disappeared from the places near Matagalpa, which is neutral zone. At the same time General Moncada, maneuvering with audacity and strategy with which he has whipped the Conservative armies; with a lingle leap went to encamp in Las Banderas, forming a plan of attack, and Tipitapa falls in his hands despite the fortifications that Díaz had there, and establishes his bivouac near the capitol. These happy and prodigious operations assure the end of this bloody contest against the transgressors of the public power. I will soon communicate all news coming from our victorious armies, wherever they go.
 
Publish it with all solemnity.
 
The Comandante de Armas,
 /s/ D. Castillo Rodríguez

Summary & Notes:

    Source: English only. HOL1. Filed w/ 28.01.19. RG127/43A/29.

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