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Burgos - Alcocero de Mola [Guerra / War 1936-1939]

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Spanish civil war (1936-1939)

Alcocero de Mola. Burgos.

Monumento al general nacional Emilio Mola.

El 3 de junio de 1937 el avión donde viajaba el general Emilio Mola, de regreso a Vitoria, se estrella en estas colinas durante un temporal.

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