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1948 Generals from Fort Bliss hosting a visit to Fort Bliss in honor of Authorities from Juarez, Mexico. Ignacio Angulo, City Administrator, Roberto Urrea, Mexican Consul, Carlos Villarreal, Juarez Mayor, Francisco Triana, and Juan Stockmeyer.

Uploaded on 09.11.2017 by Jorge I. Angulo

Northeast / Ft. Bliss, (1940 - 1949), Military

  • Juan Stockmeyer
  • Roberto Urrea
  • politics

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1948-Juarez Authorities at Fort Bliss

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