Este sucedió en Madrid el 28 de Abril de 1699  el Motín de los Gatos o de Oropesa.  en la Plaza Mayor de Madrid una mujer se quejó del precio tan alto del pan, preguntando cómo podría alimentar a su marido y sus hijos las voces se fueron multiplicando y cuentan que en aquel momento el corregidor que pasaba por allí, usando de toda su “diplomacia” le dijo a la mujer que “…mandara castrar a su marido para que no le diese más hijos”, estas delicadas palabras  se produjo el motín.

Este sucedió en Madrid el 28 de Abril de 1699 el Motín de los Gatos o de Oropesa. en la Plaza Mayor de Madrid una mujer se quejó del precio tan alto del pan, preguntando cómo podría alimentar a su marido y sus hijos las voces se fueron multiplicando y cuentan que en aquel momento el corregidor que pasaba por allí, usando de toda su “diplomacia” le dijo a la mujer que “…mandara castrar a su marido para que no le diese más hijos”, estas delicadas palabras se produjo el motín.

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Las palabras que usamos. El problema de la amplitud léxica.

Las palabras que usamos. El problema de la amplitud léxica.

Please spread the word! Sadie was last seen in Evansville, IN 47714.    Nearest Address: Near Corregidor Cir & S Ruston Ave

Please spread the word! Sadie was last seen in Evansville, IN Nearest Address: Near Corregidor Cir & S Ruston Ave

503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment, 11th Airborne Division as they raised the American flag over Corregidor Island during the airborne operation there in early 1945.

503rd Parachute Infantry Raises American Flag over Corregidor 1945

Parachute Infantry Raises American Flag over Corregidor 1945 in Collectibles, Militaria, WW II Reproductions, United States

Angels of Bataan ~

When Corregidor and Bataan fell in there were 11 US Navy nurses and 66 Army nurses who were captured along with the American and Filipino forces, and imprisoned in and around the city of Manila. These 77 women became known as the Angels of.

Japanese troops clearing an American position with flamethrower, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, May 1942

[Photo] Japanese troops clearing an American position with flamethrower, Corregidor, Philippine Islands, May 1942

Japanese forces use flame-throwers while attacking a fortified emplacement on Corregidor Island, in the Philippines in May of (NARA)

Are you familiar with Douglas McArthur’s famous words: “I shall return”?   McArthur actually DID return to fulfill that promise. After his return to Leyte, the Japanese garrison commander in Puerto Princesa, fearing a US landing, brutally killed majority of the remaining American prisoners of war who had been captured with the fall of Bataan and Corregidor in 1942.   These men, all unarmed and helpless, were those who had been utilized as slave labor to build the Puerto Princesa airfield.

Are you familiar with Douglas McArthur’s famous words: “I shall return”? McArthur actually DID return to fulfill that promise. After his return to Leyte, the Japanese garrison commander in Puerto Princesa, fearing a US landing, brutally killed majority of the remaining American prisoners of war who had been captured with the fall of Bataan and Corregidor in 1942. These men, all unarmed and helpless, were those who had been utilized as slave labor to build the Puerto Princesa airfield.

WWII  Cannons  in Corregidor.   ...so much History, no words will ever....never describe the feelings I felt during my visit.....

WWII Cannons in Corregidor.never describe the feelings I felt during my visit.

circa 1941: A Japanese soldier reviews the scene in Bataan after the invasion of the Philippines. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Circa A Japanese soldier stands guard in Bataan after the invasion of the Philippines. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

APR 6 1942 The end nears on Bataan Japanese Marines use flame thrower against American Filipino army bunker in the battle of Bataan 1942

mperial Japanese Army soldiers operating a flamethrower, The Philippines - 1941 The Imperial Japanese Army

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