Spanish Destroyer Furor

Spanish Destroyer Furor

Furor was a Furor-class destroyer of the Spanish Navy that fought at the Battle of Santiago de Cuba during the Spanish-American War.

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Spanish Destroyer Furor - Operational History
... As tensions between Spain and the United States grew in early 1898, Furor was part of the Spanish Navy's 1st Squadron, commanded by Vice Admiral Pascual ... Accordingly, Furor, in company with Cervera's flagship, armored cruiser Infanta Maria Teresa, armored cruiser Cristobal Colon, and destroyers Pluton and Terror ... The Spanish-American War began while Furor was at São Vicente ...

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