"Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). "Campesinos, dad "
"Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). "Campesinos, dad vida a la tierra. Otros os la dan y defienden" (Farmers, bring life to the earth. Other give it to you and defend it). Poster by GermᮠHoracio edited by the Popular Front of Asturias (1936). SPAIN. Salamanca. Archivo Histo Nacional." Date:
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Pueblos bring first protest since Lincoln
Pueblos bring first protest since Lincoln. Four Pueblo men (l to r) Santiago Naranjo, Waihusing, James Miller, and Jesus Baca, standing, facing front, wearing traditional and western clothing, each wearing a blanket and carrying a cane given them by Abraham Lincoln as a token of promise of permanent retention of their lands. Date c1923 January 16. Date:
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Prince Nicholas of Romania
Prince Nicholas of Romania (1903-1978), in about 1928. Nicholas was Queen Marie of Romania's second son and the grandson of Prince Alfred of Edinburgh. He attended Eton and served in the British Navy. When his father, King Ferdinand of Romania died, he became regent for his nephew Michael. However, Nicholas had no interest in politics and in 1930 willingly involved himself in a plan to bring his brother, Carol back to the country - as regent, allegedly. Instead, with public backing, Carol managed to establish himself as King Carol II, deposing his son.
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