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Legion Espanola - Comandante en Uniforme de Trabajo. 1991-94, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Legion Espanola - Comandante en Uniforme de Trabajo. 1991-94, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Comandante Antonio Barrera, obra de Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau

Comandante Antonio Barrera, obra de Augusto Ferrer-Dalmau

La Reina rompe la tradición en pos de la modernidad - Foto 1

La Reina rompe la tradición en pos de la modernidad - Foto 1

Legion Espanola - Comandante en Uniforme de Campaña y Maniobras. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Legion Espanola - Comandante en Uniforme de Campaña y Maniobras. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Brigadier General von Schoberth, with troops of the Condor Legion, at the Lustgarten, Berlin 1939. Note the general's parade uniform still in imperial German fashion. The Condor was Nazi Germany's contribution to the nationalist side in the Spanish Civil War. With this opportunity, Hitler tested some of his new weapons and tactics in a real battle environment.

Brigadier General von Schoberth, with troops of the Condor Legion, at the Lustgarten, Berlin 1939. Note the general's parade uniform still in imperial German fashion. The Condor was Nazi Germany's contribution to the nationalist side in the Spanish Civil War. With this opportunity, Hitler tested some of his new weapons and tactics in a real battle environment.

Black soldiers serving in Spanish-American War

Black soldiers serving in Spanish-American War

Lanceros de Farnesio 5º 1861 Comandante

Lanceros de Farnesio 5º 1861 Comandante

THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936-1939 Juan Modesto Guilloto Leon, Commander of the 5th Republican Army Corps.

THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936-1939 Juan Modesto Guilloto Leon, Commander of the 5th Republican Army Corps.

Interestingly, on the very same day that Antonio Luna died, Gen. Venancio Concepcion, then in Angeles, received a telegram from President Aguinaldo. It was sent from the Cabanatuan telegraph office; the transmission time approximated the time of Luna's assassination. Aguinaldo informed General Concepcion that he (Aguinaldo), had taken charge of the military operations in Central Luzon in place of General Luna. The President further informed Concepcion that he was on his way to Bamban; it was…

Interestingly, on the very same day that Antonio Luna died, Gen. Venancio Concepcion, then in Angeles, received a telegram from President Aguinaldo. It was sent from the Cabanatuan telegraph office; the transmission time approximated the time of Luna's assassination. Aguinaldo informed General Concepcion that he (Aguinaldo), had taken charge of the military operations in Central Luzon in place of General Luna. The President further informed Concepcion that he was on his way to Bamban; it was…

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About the First World War

The 10 Biggest Misconceptions About the First World War

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