american occupation of the dominican republicの例文
- The 1916-1924 American occupation of the Dominican Republic resulted in a small flow of Krags to that country.
- His family was quite affluent and so he spent his early years living a comfortable life in the countryside; however, due to the American Occupation of the Dominican Republic from 1916-1924 he went into exile with his parents.
- Anglicisms, due to cultural and commercial influence from the United States and the American occupations of the Dominican Republic during 1916 1924 and 1965 1966, are extremely common in Dominican Spanish, more so than in any other Spanish variant, save for Puerto Rican and perhaps Northern Mexican Spanish.
- In January 1965, he was transferred to the 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, and served consecutively as a platoon commander of Company I, Executive Officer of Headquarters and Service Company, and Commanding Officer of Company M . During this period, Lt Graham participated in the American occupation of the Dominican Republic ( 1965 66 ) to protect the lives of Americans during the uprising there from April until June 1965.