Valparaiso in Southern VictoryEdit
In late 1916, when Chile's war with Argentina was going badly, the US Navy squadron sent to help laid up in the city of Valparaíso for fuel and a refit. From there, they would head south to met up with the Chilean Navy, before going around the Straits of Magellan to engage in convoy raiding.
US sailor Hiram Kidde visited the port town back in 1907 when they had an earthquake to help in the relief effort there. He warned his friends about the winds during the winter seasons, and how the Chileans were talking about building a breakwater.