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Summary Articles:Contenido −− Military Academies in the nineteenth Century: the companies Pages of “distinguished”, and a special reference to the Company of “distinguished” of Aragon, by Mr. Silverio José CUBERO DE VAL, Infantry Colonel. Graduate in History................... 13 −− Dura Lex Sed Lex. Levy of vagabunds, idle and ill-entertained in the City of Valencia (1740-1741), by Mr. José Ramón CUMPLIDO MUÑOZ, doctoral student in Modern History. University of Valencia.................................................... 43 −− The internment of the German Troops from the Cameroon in the Spanish Guinea (1916), by Mr. Carlos A. FONT GAVIRA, graduate in History, Spanish Africanist Association................ 81 −− Statements, corporate ladders, scales (from the encyclopedic contents to the absolute simplicity), by Mr. José Luis ISABEL SÁNCHEZ, Infantry Colonel................................................... 109 −− On the myth on the machete charge during the War of Independence in Cuba (1895-1898), by Mr. Juan Antonio MARTÍN RUIZ, Doctor in History, member of the Andalusian Academy of History................................................. 149 −− From Granade to Pavia. The Spanish Army´s evolution from 1482 to 1525, by Mr. José Antonio PÉREZ GIMENA, Doctor in Modern History..................................................................... 175 Norms for publishing originals........................................................ 233 On demand printing of publications................................................ 237 Subscription Bulletin....................................................................... 238


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