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Title:
British Legion, the
Document:
261
Author:
Major C. V. Z. Attached to the Staff of the Queen's Army
Engraver:
Giles, J. W.
Printer:
Graf, J., [S. L.]
Book / Album / Dossier:
Civil war in Spain. Characteristic sketches of the different troops, regular and irregular, native and foreign, composing the armies of don Carlos and queen Isabella, also various scenes of military operations, and costumes of the spanish peasantry. London: J. Dicckinson, 1837
Date Ilustration format :
1837
Date Theme:
1835
Physical description:
1 17 x 25 cm engraving on a 28 x 38 cm page; col
Notes:
Volume I, engraving n5. Description by the author: an english guard returning from one of the gates of Vitoria, and crossing the old square of the city. This outline in no wise exaggerates the wretched state to which the British Legion has been reduced. The author was one of the 10000 members of the Legion Auxiliar Britnica.
Subjects:
Art and Architecture-Squares
Science and Technology-Weapons
History-Wars-1st Carlist War (1833-1840)
Objects-Uniforms
Trades-Soldiers
Urban landscape-Towns
Place names :
Vitoria-Gasteiz - Araba
Catalogue number:
ZM : P,4
2013 Department of Culture, Youth and Sport - Diputacin Foral de Gipuzkoa