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The Secretary of War’s Historical Commission: Military Historians and the Cristeros  

Julia Preciado

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Aug 2018
The Cristero Rebellion (1926–1929), also known as La Cristiada, was a conflict between the Catholic Church and the Mexican government. The Catholics, especially from western states, rose up ... More

The Federal Republic of Central America, 1824–1840  

Luis Pedro Taracena Arriola

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Mar 2019
The Federal Republic of Central America existed for a brief but critical period in Central American history. Tension in the region between its colonial legacy and liberal aspiration and ... More

The Leclerc Expedition to Saint-Domingue and the Independence of Haiti, 1802–1804  

Philippe Girard

In December 1801, First Consul Napoléon Bonaparte sent a massive expedition to the French colony of Saint-Domingue (today: Haiti). His goal was to restore direct French rule and overthrow ... More

Theories and Experiences of Guerrilla Warfare across the Americas  

Rachel May

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Mar 2019
The strategy of irregular warfare has been used since ancient times, but the term “guerrilla warfare” seems to have originated in early-19th-century Spain during the Napoleonic wars. ... More

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