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The Battle of Asseiceira, fought on 16 May, 1834, was the last and decisive engagement of the Portuguese Civil War, or "War of the Two Brothers", between Dom Pedro, ex-Emperor of Brazil (fighting to restore his daughter Dona Maria da Glória as rightful Queen of Portugal) and the usurper Dom Miguel. Dom Miguel's rebel forces were defeated.

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  • La bataille d'Asseiceira est un épisode de la guerre civile portugaise qui oppose les partisans du libéralisme et les partisans de l'absolutisme. Elle se déroule près de Tomar, le 16 mai 1834. Les troupes libérales sont commandées par le Duc de Terceira, alors que le colonel (pt) commande les troupes absolutistes. La lutte fut très sanglante. Les libéraux font 1 400 prisonniers. Cette bataille va mettre fin au règne absolutiste de Michel Ier de Portugal, et l'obliger à signer les accords d'Evora-Monte avant de prendre le chemin de l'exil.
  • A batalha da Asseiceira travou-se na povoação de Asseiceira perto de Tomar a 16 de Maio de 1834. Fez parte das guerras civis entre liberais e miguelistas, onde estes últimos foram derrotados. Além de mortos e feridos em grande número, os absolutistas deixaram 1400 prisioneiros nas mãos dos liberais. Esta batalha pôs termos ao reinado de D. Miguel, obrigado a recolher-se a Évora Monte, onde foi assinada a paz e de onde o monarca partiu para o exílio.
  • The Battle of Asseiceira, fought on 16 May, 1834, was the last and decisive engagement of the Portuguese Civil War, or "War of the Two Brothers", between Dom Pedro, ex-Emperor of Brazil (fighting to restore his daughter Dona Maria da Glória as rightful Queen of Portugal) and the usurper Dom Miguel. Dom Miguel's rebel forces were defeated.
  • La batalla de Aceiceira, fue librada el 16 de mayo de 1834, fue el encuentro último y decisivo de la Guerra civil portuguesa, Guerras Liberales o Guerra de los dos hermanos, entre Don Pedro, ex-emperador de Brasil (luchando para restaurar a su hija Doña María da Glória como la Reina legítima de Portugal) y el usurpador Don Miguel. Las fuerzas de este último fueron derrotadas. * Datos: Q2887902
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  • La batalla de Aceiceira, fue librada el 16 de mayo de 1834, fue el encuentro último y decisivo de la Guerra civil portuguesa, Guerras Liberales o Guerra de los dos hermanos, entre Don Pedro, ex-emperador de Brasil (luchando para restaurar a su hija Doña María da Glória como la Reina legítima de Portugal) y el usurpador Don Miguel. Las fuerzas de este último fueron derrotadas. El ejército de Miguel, al mando del General Guedes, se había retirado hacia el este ante el avance de las fuerzas de Don Pedro, y había acampado en una posición fuerte en las alturas de Asseiceira, una zona de colinas y valles aproximadamente a cuatro millas de Tomar. Miguel estaba en Santarém y por consiguiente no estuvo implicado en la batalla. El general de Pedro, el Duque de Terceira, avanzó hacia Tomar durante la mañana del 16 y atacó su posición con tres columnas mandadas por los coroneles Queirós, Nepomuceno y Vasconcelos. Las fuerzas miguelistas intentaron rechazarlos con cañoneos de artillería y ataques de caballería pero las fuerzas legitimistas persistieron en sus ataques y eventualmente una carga de su caballería llevó al triunfo. Muchos de sus enemigos fueron muertos o heridos, sus armas capturadas, y aproximadamente 1400 hombres tomados prisioneros. El resto escapó a Golegã, ocupado por Terceira al día siguiente. Don Pedro (ya enfermo de la dolencia que lo mataría poco después) llegó allí sobre el 18 de mayo. Miguel reunió sus fuerzas en Évora, pero sus oficiales no estaban dispuestos a arriesgarse a una batalla final después de casi dos años de guerra, y le indujeron a aceptar las condiciones de la capitulación. * Datos: Q2887902
  • The Battle of Asseiceira, fought on 16 May, 1834, was the last and decisive engagement of the Portuguese Civil War, or "War of the Two Brothers", between Dom Pedro, ex-Emperor of Brazil (fighting to restore his daughter Dona Maria da Glória as rightful Queen of Portugal) and the usurper Dom Miguel. Dom Miguel's rebel forces were defeated. Miguel's army, under the command of General Guedes, had been retreating eastward before the advance of Dom Pedro's forces, and had camped in a strong position on the Heights of Asseiceira, a system of hills and valleys about four miles from Tomar. Miguel himself was at Santarém and was not involved in the ensuing battle. Pedro's general, the Duke of Terceira, advanced from Tomar on the morning of the 16th and attacked their position in three columns commanded by Colonels Queirós, Nepomuceno and . The Miguelite forces attempted to repel them with artillery bombardment and cavalry charges but the loyalist forces persisted in their attacks and eventually a charge by their own cavalry carried the heights. Many of the enemy were killed or wounded, their guns captured, and some 1400 men taken prisoner. The remainder fled towards Golegã, which was occupied by Terceira the following day. Dom Pedro (already ill with the sickness that would kill him shortly after his final victory) arrived there on the 18th from Cartaxo. Miguel rallied his forces at Évora, but his officers were unwilling to risk a final battle after nearly two years of warfare, and he was presently induced to seek terms of capitulation. The war would finally end ten days later with the signing of the Concession of Evoramonte, where Dom Miguel surrendered and abandoned his claim to the Portuguese throne, being also banished from the kingdom.
  • La bataille d'Asseiceira est un épisode de la guerre civile portugaise qui oppose les partisans du libéralisme et les partisans de l'absolutisme. Elle se déroule près de Tomar, le 16 mai 1834. Les troupes libérales sont commandées par le Duc de Terceira, alors que le colonel (pt) commande les troupes absolutistes. La lutte fut très sanglante. Les libéraux font 1 400 prisonniers. Cette bataille va mettre fin au règne absolutiste de Michel Ier de Portugal, et l'obliger à signer les accords d'Evora-Monte avant de prendre le chemin de l'exil.
  • A batalha da Asseiceira travou-se na povoação de Asseiceira perto de Tomar a 16 de Maio de 1834. Fez parte das guerras civis entre liberais e miguelistas, onde estes últimos foram derrotados. Além de mortos e feridos em grande número, os absolutistas deixaram 1400 prisioneiros nas mãos dos liberais. Esta batalha pôs termos ao reinado de D. Miguel, obrigado a recolher-se a Évora Monte, onde foi assinada a paz e de onde o monarca partiu para o exílio.
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