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The Banana Wars consist or are a series of wars where the U.S. invading and occupied various Caribbean and Central American countries.

  1. Spanish-American War
  2. Occupation of Nicaragua, 1912-1933 (21 years). First occupation, 1912-1925. Second occupation, 1926-1933. Depression marks U.S. troop withdrawals, 1933.
  3. Occupation of Veracruz, Mexico, 1914 (see Border War (1910-1919))
  4. Occupation of Haiti, July 28, 1915-August 1, 1934 (19 years and 4 days). a) First invasion forces disembark from U.S.S. Montana. b) 330 Marines landed at Port-au-Prince. German Empire (clandestine support, 1915-1918).
  5. Occupation of Dominican Republic, May 1916-1924 (8 years). Two companies of Marines landed from U.S.S. Prairie at Santo Domingo. Then 7 additional companies. Then U.S.S. Castine...
  6. Honduras
  7. Panama and Canal Zone
  8. British Honduras

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_Wars