Temp 1 / Prog 33 (23 de julio de 2.012): LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Brunete (Parte III). VI Marcha Memorial

Temp 1 / Prog 33 (23 de julio de 2.012): LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Brunete (Parte III). VI Marcha Memorial

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Temp 1 / Prog 33 (23 de julio de 2.012): LXXV Aniversario de la Batalla de Brunete (Parte III). VI Marcha Memorial description

historia guerra civil española aabi 1936-39 batalla de brunete vi marcha memorial brunete en la memoria ángel viñas río guadarrama

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