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   Collection: Amèrica  Serial Number: 14
   ISBN: 978-84-8021-682-1




Title: El teatro de la guerra: Veracruz 1750-1825
 
Authorship: Ortiz Escamilla, Juan
Pages: 290
Size: 17 x 24
Edition: 1 (2008)
Price: 22,00 €
Language: Espanyol
Binding: Tapa dura
Support: paper
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A story is told about the implementation of the Bourbon Military Reform in Veracruz, from 1764 up to the last strong hold to surrender by the last Spanish in 1825. The danger, rather than coming from the outside, it built up in the bosom of the society claimed to be defended. An uncertain outlook was expressed more clearly and strongly, where the rupture, the petitions, hatred, resentment, and the rearrangement of new factors and political and ideological forces.


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