British interest in the islands of the Gulf of Guinea led the British to claim them as Spanish territory

2022-06-11T23:25:10+00:00

In 1839, the British chargé d'affaires in Madrid proposed the purchase of the island to the Spanish government. He cited the lack of attention and the usefulness of the British navy in suppressing the

British interest in the islands of the Gulf of Guinea led the British to claim them as Spanish territory2022-06-11T23:25:10+00:00

Spanish Guinea

2022-06-11T23:29:12+00:00

Spain obtained what we know today as Equatorial or Spanish Guinea in 1777 through the Treaty of San Ildefonso (1777) and the Treaty of El Pardo (1778) with Portugal. BSpanish Guinea formed part

Spanish Guinea2022-06-11T23:29:12+00:00

The battle of Bailén

2021-09-19T23:44:24+00:00

On the day of 19 July 1808, one of the most important open field clashes in Spanish history took place: the Battle of Bailén. Taking advantage of the 213th anniversary of the start of

The battle of Bailén2021-09-19T23:44:24+00:00

The investigation into the explosion of the «Maine» in Cuba: “The Spanish had nothing to do with it”

2021-09-19T23:52:24+00:00

Spanish newspaper ABC recounter a diplomatic effort "in extremis" to stop the war between the United States and Spain The United States battleship 'Maine', destroyed in the bay of Havana in February 1898,

The investigation into the explosion of the «Maine» in Cuba: “The Spanish had nothing to do with it”2021-09-19T23:52:24+00:00

Spain was quick to help the colonists and indigenous people in its territories against smallpox

2021-10-29T22:13:21+00:00

In 1798, the British country doctor Edward Jenner obtained the first institutional recognition for his newly devised (1796) smallpox vaccine; the Royal Society finally published its documentation, although the scientific and social controversy continued

Spain was quick to help the colonists and indigenous people in its territories against smallpox2021-10-29T22:13:21+00:00
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