This is a list of wars involving France and its predecessor states. It is an incomplete list of French and proto-French wars and battles from the foundation of Francia by Clovis I, the Merovingian king who united all the Frankish tribes and northern Gallo-Romans in the 5th century, to the current Fifth Republic
La batalla de Belchite fue una batalla de la Guerra Civil Española que tuvo lugar en Belchite entre el 24 de agosto y el 6 de septiembre de 1937 en el marco de la ofensiva del Ejército Popular sobre Zaragoza.
Las Cortes de Valladolid duraron del otoño de 1351 a la primavera de 1352, asistiendo el rey hasta mediados de marzo de 1352. En esas Cortes sancionó un Ordenamiento de menestrales,  de 2 de octubre de 1351, para intentar paliar las dificultades a la hora de encontrar mano de obra, a consecuencia de la Peste Negra, que asoló Europa en el siglo XIV y que incluso llegó a causar la muerte ...
Folk dance of Mexico, commonly known as baile folklorico or Mexican ballet folk dance, is a term used to collectively describe traditional Mexican folk dances.Ballet folklórico is not just one type of dance, it encompasses each region's traditional dance that has been influenced by their local folklore and has been entwined with ballet characteristics to be made into a theatrical production.
Nevada (/ n ə ˈ v æ d ə / nə-VAD-ə; Spanish: ) is a state in the Western region of the United States. It is bordered by Oregon to the northwest, Idaho to the northeast, California to the west, Arizona to the southeast, and Utah to the east.
Again in the 19th-century Carlist civil wars of the Spanish succession Burgos was the scene of a battle. During the Spanish Civil War , Burgos was the base of General Franco 's rebel fascist government.
1370 – Hundred Years' War: In two separate engagements in the Battle of Pontvallain, French forces wiped out an English army which had split up because of a dispute between the commanders. 1829 – Sati , the Hindu funeral custom of a widow's self-immolation on her husband's pyre , was prohibited by Lord William Bentinck in parts of British ...