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  • Adolfo Ruiz Cortines

    📕1.696 🕔30.10.2019

    President of Mexico 1.12.1952 - 30.11.1958

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  • Aung San

    📕26.284 🕔10.12.2011

    Biography of a Burmese independence fighter and commander of the Burmese Independent Army, which worked with the Japanese during World War II.

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  • Battle of Jemappes 1792

    📕16.441 🕔21.08.2010

    The Battle of Jemappes took place on November 6, 1792 near Jemappes in Hainaut, Belgium, near Mons. The battle is part of the fighting between the troops on the one hand, the first coalition, formed by Austria, Prussia, the Kingdom of Naples, the Kingdom of Sardinia, Great Britain, the United Provinces of the Netherlands, Spain and the French revolutionary troops on the other.

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  • Central American Civil War 1838-1871- Guatemala

    📕15.332 🕔22.06.2010

    After the collapse of the Spanish colonies, Central America wanted to unify and continue as a modern federal state. Unfortunately, the new country has had to face many problems and instability from the outset. This situation was largely artificially provoked by forces that benefited from the colonial backward socio-economic system, which they did not intend to give up without a struggle. For this reason, there is a conflict across America, where there are conservative forces on the one hand, supported by the Catholic Church, and enlightened liberals on the other. The conflict is gradually shifting from the ideological level to the armed struggle, which has been going on with varying intensity for a long time and is gradually seizing the whole of Central America in various ways. In Guatemalan history, there are two great figures who influence events in the whole area, namely the conservative R. Carrera and the liberal gen. F. Morazán. After the fighting, they are gradually consolidating their position in Guatemala in order to establish their regime, which is returning the country to its backward colonial social system. This regime lasted until 1871, when the liberals regained power in a coup.

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  • Civil Guard (Guardia Civil)

    📕1.965 🕔08.04.2020

    The Civil Guard is one of the oldest security forces in the world and also one of the most trusted institutions in Spain. Since 1844, it has reliably protected the security and property of citizens and oversaw compliance with the rule of law.

    Throughout its history, it has gone through many turbolent periods, as has the whole country, but it has always honored the fulfillment of its mission, regardless of who ruled in the country.

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  • I. The Mexican Empire and attempts to reconquer Mexico

    📕17.762 🕔15.09.2009

    The Mexican Empire was created immediately after the independence of the new country and lasted relatively shortly from 1821 to 1823, when it was disbanded under the Casa Mata Plan and the emperor was forced into exile in Europe. Subsequently, a republic is created.

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  • Kawabe Masakazu

    📕2.475 🕔05.12.2019

    Military commander of Burma

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  • Light Infantry Regiment "Soria" No 9

    📕6.525 🕔14.07.2009

    It is the oldest unit of the Spanish army, as well as one of the oldest units in Europe, it existst for 500 years ...

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  • Mexican Revolution I - The End of the Porfirate

    📕23.075 🕔10.03.2010

    The Mexican Revolution was an armed conflict that began because of the need for socio-political reforms in Mexico, as well as the ongoing government of Porfírio Díaz for more than 30 years, which was the cause of this situation. It was the first major social revolution in Latin America. The revolution began with P. Díaz and ended with the work of L. Cárdenas. During it, many presidents took turns, many reforms were adopted and the constitution was adopted.

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  • Mexican Revolution II - Constitutionalists

    📕14.755 🕔13.03.2010

    The second part of the revolution begins when a state first takes place in the country by military units and gen. Huerto. Governor Carranza declares disobedience, forms an army, and finally succeeds in overthrowing Huerto, convening Congress to approve the constitution. Gradually, the country is pacified and revolutionary ideas are institutionalized.

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  • Mexico - Guatemalan conflict

    📕18.477 🕔26.04.2010

    The Mexico-Guatemala conflict began on December 31, 1958, when Mexican fishing boats were attacked by the Guatemlay Air Force as they fished in the territorial waters of Guatemala.
    The result was 4 fishermen dead and 14 injured. The 10 surviving fishermen were detained and interrogated by the Guatemalan army. The event resulted in the severance of diplomatic and trade relations, the activation of the armed forces of both countries and the destruction of the border bridge between the two countries.

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  • Regimiento de Infantería de Castilla

    📕5.874 🕔12.08.2009

    An article about the combat history of the regiment.

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  • Second French intervention

    📕20.802 🕔18.12.2009

    2. french intervention was, in fact, a free continuation of the War of Reform, during which Mexican Conservative circles seized their second chance. The culmination was for a short time an attempt to establish a second empire, which, however, after the withdrawal of intervention troops quickly ended in the defeat and execution of the leaders of the monarchy.

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  • Stanley James Ledger Hill

    📕2.272 🕔16.03.2020

    Many times awarded British paratrooper, commander and hero of the African campaign and invasion of Normandy

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  • The first French intervention - the dessert war

    📕16.627 🕔17.09.2009

    The first French intervention in Mexico, also known as the dessert or cake war, is a problem to be named as it is nicknamed Guerra de los pasteles in the original. This conflict took place between April 16, 1838 and March 9, 1839 and was the first armed conflict between the two countries.

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  • The revolution of Ayutla and the end of Santa Anna

    📕14.444 🕔14.11.2009

    The Ayutla Revolution was an armed resistance movement based on the Ayutla Plan, which declared the need to overthrow the self-proclaimed President of Santa Anna. The revolution is finally successful and the new government takes power. This marks the end of Santa Anna's presence on the scene and the beginning of a period of civil war - the war for reform.

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  • The Road to the Disintegration of New Spain and the War of Mexico 's Independence - Part 1

    📕25.464 🕔04.09.2009

    This section discusses the beginnings of the Mexican independence movement, the socio-economic conditions in New Spain. The independence movement was born out of a conspiracy and especially a conspiracy in Querétaro. After its discovery, the priest Hidalgo begins a fight for independence together with his comrades-in-arms. Over time, he and the first leaders of the movement are captured and executed, but the movement continues and the fight continues.

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  • The Road to the Disintegration of New Spain and the War of Mexico 's Independence - Part 2

    📕16.092 🕔06.09.2009

    After the execution of the first leaders of the independence movement, new fighters enter and the struggle for independence continues, gradually becoming partisan, until A. Iturbide joins the movement from personal motives, who together with V. Guerrero draw up a plan from Igual and three guarantees. Subsequently, almost all parties join the fight, and with a little luck, independence is signed in Mexico D.F. and the Mexican Empire is formed.

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  • The war between Peru and Ecuador continues - the Cenepian War

    📕21.793 🕔30.08.2009

    The Cenepa War ( Guerra del Cenepa ) was an armed conflict that took place in 1995 and took place in a zone that was without the demarcation of the state border between Ecuador and Peru, the demarcation of which was imprecisely regulated in the Rio Protocol of January 29, 1942. The sign of this conflict is derived from the Cenepa River in the zone where this conflict took place.

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  • Vicente Ramón Guerrero Salda

    📕6.896 🕔24.04.2009

    The fate of the Mexican president.

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  • War for Reform - a three-year war

    📕13.660 🕔29.11.2009

    The war for reform was a conflict between liberal and conservative forces in Mexican society. The war lasted about three years and ended with the victory of the liberal forces, but also the depletion of the country's forces and resources.

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  • War of Peru - Ecuador 1941

    📕24.260 🕔19.08.2009

    While the world's attention was focused on war in Europe, in 1941 it was also fought in South America. This article on the server vá tries to bring this forgotten war closer. The war between Peru and Ecuador is also known as War 41 ( Guerra del 41 ). The war began on July 5, 1941 and ended formally on July 31, 1941 with the signing of a protocol in Rio de Janeiro. During this conflict, Peruvian troops invaded and occupied the Ecuadorian province of El Oro and parts of the province of Loja, advancing through the Amazon zone, which was administered by Ecuador on the basis of the status quo , signed in 1936 ...

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