A Cape Town Castle Military Museum tagged image from photographer – C19th Heroes as published on Flickr.
Ruins of Castle Miravete
Image by C19th Heroes
Hill worked out that this route to Almaraz was impossible – it was too strong and well defended. However, a ‘false attack’ on the forts at Miravete distracted the French defending Fort Napoleon – see next set.
www.napoleon-series.org/ (Military Section, Virtual Battle Fields by Robert Burnham and Pedro Prieto Ramiro)
Peninsular War 1808-1814
All of the photographs in this set were taken with the help of Pedro Prieto Ramiro, a lifetime resident of Romangordo and local historian. Romangordo now has a new museum, about half of which is dedicated to the Allied attack on the Bridge at Almaraz (Battle of Albalat as Pedro, rightly, insists)
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