We Must Carry “A Message to Garcia” – William F Dankenbring – Good News Magazine
Integrity, loyalty, resourcefulness and self-sacrifice for a worthy cause are exceedingly rare in our age. There is a need today for men and women with these qualities people w ho can carry “a message to Garcia.” IT WAS 1898 – just weeks before the Spanish-American War. The War Department wanted to get in touch with General Calixto Garciay Iniguez, leader of the Cuban insurgents. Colonel Arthur Wagner summoned a first lieutenant in the Ninth Infantry and a West Point graduate, Andrew Summers Rowan. His instructions were oral.
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