Alfonso XIII

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Spanish Battleship Alfonso XIII - Technical Characteristics
... Construction of Alfonso XIII was authorized by the Navy Law of 7 January 1908 ... a single stack amidships, two tripod masts, and small superstructure, the Alfonso XIII had a broadside of eight 12-inch (305-mm) guns, each weighing 67.1 ... Alfonso XIII was able to fire a full broadside, and employ six guns in pursuit or retirement ...
Spanish Battleship Alfonso XIII
... Alfonso XIII was an España-class dreadnought battleship of the Spanish Navy which served in the Spanish fleet from 1915 to 1937 ... Named after King Alfonso XIII of Spain, she was renamed España in 1931 after the King was exiled following the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic ...
Copa Del Rey - History
... president of Real Madrid, suggested a football tournament to celebrate the coronation of King Alfonso XIII ... Between 1905 and 1932, it was known as the Copa de Su Majestad El Rey Alfonso XIII (His Majesty King Alfonso XIII's Cup) ...
List Of Sunken Battleships - List of Sunken Battleships - Sunk By Torpedoes or Mines - Alfonso XIII
... Causing confusion among some historians, Alfonso XIII was renamed España after her sistership España ran aground and sank off Morocco in 1923 ... Republican side, but a number of sources now believe it to be a Nationalist mine which the Alfonso XIII (España) struck by accident ...
Maria Pia De Saxe-Coburgo E Bragança - Literary Career
... In 1937, Maria Pia wrote her first book La hora de Alfonso XIII (The Hour of Alfonso XIII) published in Havana, Cuba, by Ucar, Garcia y Companía ... Spanish and published under the name "Hilda de Toledano", is a defence of King Alfonso XIII of Spain, who was living in exile at the time ...