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Batalla de San Marcial y Sitio de Hondarriba 1521-1524

Batalla de San Marcial y Sitio de Hondarriba 1521-1524
by Larrafiaga, Ramon

1-666139

At the beginning of the 16th century, Irun and Hondarribia, which form the present region of Lower Bidasoa and border between Gipuzkoa, France, and Navarra, acquired great strategic value in the war for European hegemony between King Francis I, Emperor Charles I, and the King of Navarra.

For years, its theater of operations were full of activity, including the 1522 attempted recovery of the castle of Behobia by French troops supported by German Lansquenet mercenaries, but opposed by contingents of Guipuzcoans and Castilians in the battle of the rock of Aldabe de Irun, now known as Mount San Marcial. Includes day-by-day information about the battle, with abundant strategic details precisely accompanied by highly researched historical.

1 vol, 100 pgs 2020 SPAIN, ALMENA
NEW-pb, [Spanish text] available mid September 2020 ......$28.00 rct

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