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Paraguayan Civil War (1922-1923)

The Paraguayan Civil War (1922), took place between 27 May 1922 and 10 July 1923, within the borders of Paraguay. It started when supporters of candidate Adolfo Chirife attempted to forcefully restore the implementation of presidential elections canceled by President Eusebio Ayala. Chirife represented the so-called Constitutionalist or Schaererist side ideologically supporting liberal politician Eduardo Schaerer, while troops under Ayala were named Loyalists or Gondrists ideologically pledging allegiance to former President Manuel Gondra. The conflict concluded when Gondrist forces defeated the remnants of the Schaererist army in Asunción.

Aerial Operations in the Revolutions of 1922 and 1947 in Paraguay : The First Dogfights in South America
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Aerial Operations in the Revolutions of 1922 and 1947 in Paraguay

The First Dogfights in South America
Latin America@War #8

Antonio Luis Sapienza

48 pages 84 b/w photos/ills, 18 colour profiles, 3 colour maps, 4 b/w maps, 4 tables

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