26 de marzo de 2.012: LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Guadalajara (8-23 marzo 1.937). Parte I

26 de marzo de 2.012: LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Guadalajara (8-23 marzo 1.937). Parte I

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26 de marzo de 2.012: LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Guadalajara (8-23 marzo 1.937). Parte I description

historia guerra civil española guadalajara Brihuega brigadas internacionales CTV garibaldi moscardó pavlov 1936-39 batalla guadalajara roatta líster torija trijueque batalla de madrid littorio

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