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Benedict Batraville Opposes U.S. Marine Invasion

Benoit Batraville was a Haitian army commander who was thought a puppet military leader the U.S. Marines could control. Because of his intellect and former ties to murdered insurgent leader Charlemagne Peralte, Congress appointed him...

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Noirisme movement, a result of the American occupation in Haiti   The body of Charlemagne Peralte after his death   US Marines boarding the U.S.C Connecticut july 1915 to Haiti.   U.S. Marines in Fort Liberte in 1916   Benedict Batraville Opposes U.S. Marine Invasion   Charlemagne Peralte betrayed by Jean-Baptiste Conze  

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