SAGUNTO 1811 y la RENDICION de VALENCIA
Analysis of the year 1811 in the Peninsula -- a year of contrasts, for what began well for the Allies ended badly. After the victories of Fuentes de Onoro in March and La Albuera in May, defeats in Tarragona, in July, and Sagunto, in October, finished this with the capitulation of Valencia already entered the year of 1812. The fall of the latter city involved for the Spaniards a dramatic experience, comparable to that of Bailen for the French, and only the voracious demand for troops by the emperor for his campaign of Russia, prevented Suchet from completing the campaign that could end the full control of the southeastern Peninsula.1 vol, 160 pgs 2019 SPAIN, ALMENA
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