Philadelphia 1836, C. F. Henningsen, THE MOST STRIKING EVENTS OF A TWELVEMONTH’S CAMPAIN WITH ZUMALACARREGUI,

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Written by a British officer who fought in the First Carlist War in Spain, this book provides an account of the conflict between the supporters of King Ferdinand VII and the Carlists. With vivid and detailed descriptions of battles and campaigns, The Most Striking Events is a gripping and insightful read for military history enthusiasts.

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

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THE MOST STRIKING EVENTS

OF A TWELVEMONTH’S CAMPAIN

WITH ZUMALACARREGUI

IN NAVARRE AND THE BASQUE PROVINCES 

by Charles  Frederick Henningsen 

Captain of Lancers in the Service of Don Carlos

 

Published in Philadelphia by E. L. Carey & A. Hart in 1836

With a Dedication to Lord Elliot

 

Contemporary Hard Binding

Pages 270

First Edition

21cm x 13cm

 

Charles Frederick Henningsen (1815 – 14 June 1877) was a Belgian-American writer, mercenary, filibuster, and munitions expert. He participated in revolutions and civil wars in Spain, Circassia, Hungary, Nicaragua, and the United States

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English

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