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Choose from 8 pictures in our Campos collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Narvaez, 1844. Creator: Unknown
Narvaez, 1844. Creator: Unknown
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Manuel Ferraz de Campos Salles (1841-1913), Brazilian senator, photo published in
Manuel Ferraz de Campos Salles (1841-1913), Brazilian senator, photo published in
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Triumphal Entry into La Havana by General Arsenio Martinez Campos (1831-1900), Spanish military
Triumphal Entry into La Havana by General Arsenio Martinez Campos (1831-1900), Spanish military
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Execution by firing squad in the moats of the Castle of Montjuic, six anarchists
Execution by firing squad in the moats of the Castle of Montjuic, six anarchists
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Battle of Coliseo, (1895), 1920s
Battle of Coliseo, (1895), 1920s
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Martinez Campos, (1831-1900), 1920s
Martinez Campos, (1831-1900), 1920s
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Arsenio Martinez Campos, (born 1821), c1910
Arsenio Martinez Campos, (born 1821), c1910
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Battle of Peralejo, (1895), 1920s. Artist: Antonio Maceo
Battle of Peralejo, (1895), 1920s. Artist: Antonio Maceo
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Narvaez, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Narvaez, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Narvaez, 1844. Portrait of Spanish general and statesman Ramon Maria Narvaez y Campos, 1st Duke of Valencia: ...Minister at War and President of the Council in the present Ministry of Spain; he is, in fact, the Dictator of that country...He has been unscrupulous in the means he has employed to attain his position, and to keep it appears to be perfectly ruthless, shedding blood with a frightful indifference....On the 6th of November, 1843, he was fired at while proceeding in his carriage to the theatre; the assassins missed their aim, but the general was covered with the blood of his aide-de-camp, who was mortally wounded beside him. He has restored Queen Christina, subjugated her daughter, and is now abolishing the Constitution, thus re-establishing in Spain as perfect a despotism as ever existed there'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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