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In the News (Thu 23 May 19)

 Regimiento de Infanteria Principe No. 3
Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) Defence of Oviedo; Battle of Jarama, Somosierra and Jarama fronts.
Spanish Independence War against Napoleon (1808-1814) Battles of Tamames and Medina de Rioseco, Defences of Badajoz and Ciudad Rodrigo
War in Germany (1546-1547) Conquest of Frankfurt and Battle of Mühlberg. /principe3.htm   (722 words)

However, on his death, he leaves Navarre to his son Garcia III, Castile to Fernando I, and Aragon, Sobrarbe and Ribagorza to Ramiro I. 1035 to 1063: Fernando I conquers Coimbra and obliges the Muslims of Toledo, Seville and Badajoz to pay him tribute.
By the end of 1936 the Nationalist troops controlled the greater part of Andalucia, Extremadura, Toledo, Avila, Segovia, Valladolid, Burgos, Leon, Galicia, a part of Asturias, Vitoria, San Sebastian, Navarra and Aragon, as well as the Canary and Balearic Islands with the exception of Menorca.
Alfonso VIII of Castile, helped by Sancho VIII of Navarre, Pedro II of Aragon and some troops from Portugal and Leon, is victorious in the battle of Las Navas de Tolosa. /HistoryOfSpain.html   (722 words)

 The Wargamer - 1000 Years of War in Review
Spanish Civil War begins in 1936, Franco captures Badajoz, appointed Chief-of-State by insurgents and lays siege to Madrid.
Russians take Przemysl, Second Battle of Ypres, Italy declares war on Austria-Hungary and Turkey.
The Last 1000 Years of War in Review /articles/1000Y/1000y_p10.asp   (722 words)

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