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[Advertisement for Dance at Loma Field, Nicaragua]

Description: An advertisement to US Marines for a "Marathon Dance" at the "Variety Teather" near Loma Field in Nicaragua from December 26th to 30th, circa 1928-29.
Date: 1928/1929~
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Flyer for Bullfight in Managua, circa 1928]

Description: A flyer advertising Spanish bullfighting in Managua from 14 to 16 September, 1928~, performed by Eugenio "Alvaradito" Alvarado and Dionisio "Alcalareño II" Sordo. Seating prices are included.
Date: 1928?-09
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Flyer for Virginia Bar Dandy Party in Managua]

Description: Flyer advertising a "Dandy Party" for US Marines at the Virginia Bar in Managua on Sept 1st, 1928~, including a musical program and ticket.
Date: 1928~
Creator: Virginia Bar (Managua, Nicaragua)
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Flyer for "Stag Party" at Virginia Bar in Managua]

Description: Flyer advertising a "Stag Party" for US Marines in Managua at the Virginia Bar on August 1st, 1928, including a musical program and ticket.
Date: July 1928
Creator: Virginia Bar (Managua, Nicaragua)
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Managua Bullfighting Advertisement, September, 1928]

Description: An advertisement for Spanish bullfighting in Managua from 14 to 16 September, 1928, kept by US Marine George W. Stone after his deployment to the city in the late-1920s.
Date: September 1928
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

[Sampe ballot for 1928 Nicaraguan General Election]

Description: Sample ballot from the 1928 Nicaraguan general election for Managua Department. Included are the candidates for the presidency, vice-presidency, Senate, and Chamber of Deputies, as well as instructions for the voter.
Date: November 4, 1928
Creator: Government of Nicaragua
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum

Current Study 11, Chapter 5. Communist Activities in Latin America

Description: This booklet is the fifth chapter of a training course developed for Air Force Reserve personnel about the Cold War's impact on world affairs. This chapter "is intended to show how the Communists have attempted to subvert the Latin American nations as a step toward the avowed Communist goal of world domination, and to show how the United States and other American Republics are meeting the perilous Communist threat" (p. 1). This booklet includes background information, analysis, review questions, and a list of readings for further study.
Date: April 1964
Creator: Air University (U.S.)
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum
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