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Carlos Enrique Díaz de León (1910-1971) 25th President of Guatemala. Chief of the armed forces, took over when Arbenz resigned. Diaz spoke to the nation on the radio - "The struggle against the mercenary invaders of Guatemala will not abate. Colonel Arbenz had done what he thought was his duty. I shall carry on." In consequence of stating his presidential commitment to resisting foreign invasion, he was forcibly removed from office under threat of machine gun after only 24 hours.

Carlos Enrique Díaz de León (1910-1971) 25th President of Guatemala. Chief of the armed forces, took over when Arbenz resigned. Diaz spoke to the nation on the radio - "The struggle against the mercenary invaders of Guatemala will not abate. Colonel Arbenz had done what he thought was his duty. I shall carry on." In consequence of stating his presidential commitment to resisting foreign invasion, he was forcibly removed from office under threat of machine gun after only 24 hours.

Walter Bedell Smith-The unconditional surrender of the German armed forces was signed by Generaloberst Alfred Jodl, on behalf of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (English: "Supreme Command of the Armed Forces") and as the representative for the new Reich President, Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz. Walter Bedell Smith signed on behalf of the Western Allies, and Ivan Susloparov on behalf of the Soviets. French Major-General François Sevez signed as the official witness.

Walter Bedell Smith *** Chief of Staff/ Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force

Dwight D. Eisenhower - 34th President of the United States

Dwight D. Eisenhower - President of the United States.Born-October Denison, TX Died: March Washington, D.

Thomas E. Whelan (1895-1977) US Ambassasor to Nicaragua under Eisenhower. Whelan had developed strong ties to Somoza and was considered part of the team even without an intelligence background. Whelan in Managua and Willauer in Honduras reported to the CIA through Under Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith. Image: Jacqueline Cochran and Thomas E. Whelan at Luis Somoza's Presidential Inauguration, 1956

Thomas E. Whelan (1895-1977) US Ambassasor to Nicaragua under Eisenhower. Whelan had developed strong ties to Somoza and was considered part of the team even without an intelligence background. Whelan in Managua and Willauer in Honduras reported to the CIA through Under Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith. Image: Jacqueline Cochran and Thomas E. Whelan at Luis Somoza's Presidential Inauguration, 1956

Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman in 1954 Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman in 1954

Guatemalan President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman in 1954 Photographic Print at AllPosters.com

"To be able to lead others, a man must be willing to go forward alone." -- Harry Truman | #harrytruman #uspresident #quote #leadership

April Harry Truman, half-length portrait, seated at desk, facing front, holding pencil. <br><br><i>Ranked in SRI survey of U.

Months after Arbenz took office, the Eisenhower Administration began planning to overthrow him

We are proud to celebrate the American Presidents who have supported Israel since its independence 65 years ago. From President Truman, the.

Jacobo Arbenz Guzman, president of Guatemala during the 1951 -1954

Jacobo Arbenz Guzman, president of Guatemala during the 1951

Historia Militar de Guatemala: Biografías Militares No. 2 - General de División Jose Maria Reyna Barrios

Historia Militar de Guatemala: Biografías Militares No. 2 - General de División Jose Maria Reyna Barrios

ARTICLE: Ask "What implicit beliefs do we hold about the world that are merely the result of deep cultural indoctrination?" The New Mind Manipulators | APR 25, 2016 http://www.resilience.org/stories/2016-04-25/the-new-mind-manipulators

Edward Louis Bernays Nephew of Freud, pioneer of public manipulation & propaganda, called "the father of public relations".

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