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Stock photo ID:165174628
Upload date:March 28, 2013


Soldier belonging to the Flanders Thirds resting after battle.. Every year in the month of April, is celebrated in Almansa (a small town in the province of Albacete, Spain) the commemoration of 'The Battle of Almansa'...The Battle of Almansa, Fought on 25 April 1707, was One of the most decisive engagements of the War of the Spanish Succession. At Almansa, the Franco-Spanish army under Berwick soundly Defeated the allied forces of Portugal, England, and the United Provinces led by the Earl of Galway, reclaiming MOST of eastern Spain for the Bourbons..It has been Described as 'probably the only Battle in History in Which the Ingl?s forces Were Commanded by a Frenchman, the French by an Englishman.'.(Wikipedia)..Hundreds of people, coming from countries that fought in this battle, come together in this place to commemorate the event and to remember their compatriots. His garments are like original ones, sleeping in tents and living a few days from the past ... in the present time. In the image, man dressed as Thirds of Flanders
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