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| In 1492: 25 facts about Christopher Columbus and his disputed holiday | Deseret News

| In 1492: 25 facts about Christopher Columbus and his disputed holiday | Deseret News

Peninsular War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Peninsular War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1829 - Batalla de Pueblo Viejo - Guerras de independencia hispanoamericanas - último intento de reconquista de México.

1829 - Batalla de Pueblo Viejo - Guerras de independencia hispanoamericanas - último intento de reconquista de México.

On the evening of 3 August 1492, Columbus departed from Palos de la Frontera with three ships: a larger carrack, the Santa María ex-Gallega ("Galician"), and two smaller caravels, the Pinta ("Painted") and the Santa Clara, nicknamed the Niña (lit. "Girl") after her owner Juan Niño of Moguer.[41] The monarchs forced the Palos inhabitants to contribute to the expedition. The Santa María was owned by Juan de la Cosa and captained by Columbus. The Pinta and the Niña were piloted by the Pinzón…

On the evening of 3 August 1492, Columbus departed from Palos de la Frontera with three ships: a larger carrack, the Santa María ex-Gallega ("Galician"), and two smaller caravels, the Pinta ("Painted") and the Santa Clara, nicknamed the Niña (lit. "Girl") after her owner Juan Niño of Moguer.[41] The monarchs forced the Palos inhabitants to contribute to the expedition. The Santa María was owned by Juan de la Cosa and captained by Columbus. The Pinta and the Niña were piloted by the Pinzón…

Cristóbal Colón hablando con sus hombres. Había mucha gente en su barco. Muchos hombre lo acompañaron a su viaje.

Cristóbal Colón hablando con sus hombres. Había mucha gente en su barco. Muchos hombre lo acompañaron a su viaje.

Alfonso XII

Alfonso XII

The Peasant's Revolt, King Richard II

Peasants Revolt: Richard II Sails Down the Thames to Greenwich to Meet the Rebels

The Peasant's Revolt, King Richard II

Surrender of Madrid, December 4, 1808.

Surrender of Madrid, December 4, 1808.

In 1930, due to economic problems and general unpopularity, Primo de Rivera resigned. Alfonso as Primo de Rivera's ally shared the popular dislike. In April 1931, General José Sanjurjo told him even the army was not loyal. On 12 April, the republican parties won a landslide victory in municipal elections. On 14 April, he fled the country as the Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed, but did not abdicate. He settled eventually in Rome.

In 1930, due to economic problems and general unpopularity, Primo de Rivera resigned. Alfonso as Primo de Rivera's ally shared the popular dislike. In April 1931, General José Sanjurjo told him even the army was not loyal. On 12 April, the republican parties won a landslide victory in municipal elections. On 14 April, he fled the country as the Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed, but did not abdicate. He settled eventually in Rome.

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