Spaniards

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Battle Of Vilcaconga
... emerging as victors in the battle of Cajamarca, some 180 Spaniards under Francisco Pizarro were in control of major parts of the vast Inca Empire and of its emperor, Atahualpa ... rejoining Diego de Almagro, commanding some 100 Spaniards ... The Inca general commanded to fortified the mountain pass at Vilcaconga where the Spaniards would have to pass, and managed to ambush them, with great losses for the invaders ...
Spanish Equatoguineans - Settlement
... and above all Valencian landowners, whose cultural level was considerably above that of the Spaniards that continued to emigrate to the Americas, and since Guinea was never an attractive place for massive immigration ... Spaniards in Equatorial Guinea did not generally immigrate with the intent of permanently establishing themselves, but rather of working for a given time period, and nearly always ... bilateral contact between Spain and expatriate Spaniards in Guinea ...
List Of The Last Monarchs In The Americas - South America
... Reason Death Arms Argentina Atahualpa Execution by Spaniards Túpac Amaru Execution by Spaniards Ferdinand VII Independence from Spain Antonio I Death Bolivia Atahualpa Execution by ...
Sangley Rebellion
... he famously treated them as cowards and retorted that "twenty five Spaniards were enough to conquer the whole of China" ... When Luis led a force of Spaniards to try to apprehend the Chinese, he and his men were all killed by the Chinese who mounted the heads of several hundred of the ... The rebellion was then quelled by the Spaniards, together with the support of Filipinos and the Japanese settlement at Dilao ...
List Of Valencia CF Managers
... The majority of coaches Valencia have had have been Spaniards ... Of the 45 coaches to have managed Valencia, 25 have been Spaniards and 20 foreigners ... The main nationalities of the coaches of Valencia barring Spaniards have been Argentina (5 coaches), English (3) and Yugoslavian (3) ...

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