Velvet Eyes: On Time For The Meeting With A Consulate Of Spain Military Attache! This Afternoon.

June 16, 2009

Velvet Eyes: On Time For The Meeting With A Consulate Of Spain Military Attache!

Every week, Velvet Eyes had an appointment in another Embassy in Prague, It was a procedure to give them news about the United States and to check if they had some kind of questions about the Country. Usually, on Wednesday, he had a day-off to go to a small village to visit the cousin of a Spanish collegue who was working at the Consulate of Spain in Hamburg. Another Country, another Obligation.

At the end of the Year 1924, Eyes and Gloves were back in America, 5 years before the crisis and, in the plane, he sent a mail by radio to his Consulate connection to ask him more than questions about Hamburg and a possible trip back in Europe. He was thinking about this village because the airport where they had their destination scheduled was a small town one and a population immigrated from Germany.

The Spanish Military Attache wrote a reply and sent it one month later in American letters, alphabet and words looking like a Coca-Cola Drink, brown and cold, sure to be understood inside the US network of public and private enterprises. His Army and his Country were not in touch with American networks except diplomats having personal partnerships with their Military Attaches.

Fred Vidal, PhD
June 16, 2009
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Print of Spanish soldiers in Puerto Rico marching through the streets of San Juan at the start of the Spanish-American War in 1898.

Print of Spanish soldiers in Puerto Rico marching through the streets of San Juan at the start of the Spanish-American War in 1898.

On the 29th June 1943 General Dwight D Eisenhower ordered three million bottles of Coca-Cola to be sent to the allies. Coca-Cola was the drink of Velvet Eyes and Leather Gloves and the spanish letter inspired Eisenhower decision.

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