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... American forces landed to protect American interests during warfare between British and Egyptians and looting of the city of Alexandria by Arabs ... A naval force was sent ashore to protect American residents in Seoul during unsettled political conditions, when an outbreak of the populace was expected ... the Haitian Government to give up an American steamer which had been seized on the charge of breach of blockade ...
... American residents at Kissembo called upon American and British ships to protect lives and property during problems with natives ... Naval forces landed to protect American interests during a revolution. 1861–65 – American Civil War A major war between the United States (the Union) and eleven Southern states which declared that they had a right to secession and formed the Confederate States of ...
... the United States Navy through order of Congress, ostensibly to protect American merchant vessels from the threat of privateers from the Barbary Nations, who took advantage of the new country's lack of a strong ... commanders in the new branch of the American military ... The USSGanges was used to protect the American coastline during the conflict and did not see any fighting ...
... landing force was sent ashore for a few hours to protect lives during a disturbance at Kiukiang ... US forces protected the American Legation and other American interests, such as the cable station, during a period of fighting between Unionists and the Government of Guatemala ... A Marine guard was sent to protect the United States radio station and property on Russian Island, Bay of Vladivostok ...
Famous quotes containing the words american and/or protect:
“... it was not very unusual at Washington for a lady to take the arm of a gentleman, who was neither her husband, her father, nor her brother. This remarkable relaxation of American decorum has been probably introduced by the foreign legations.”
—Frances Trollope (17801863)
“Keep our Empire undismembered
Guide our Forces by Thy Hand,
Gallant blacks from far Jamaica,
Honduras and Togoland;
Protect them Lord in all their fights,
And, even more, protect the whites.”
—Sir John Betjeman (19061984)