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Back to News Listing Ageod teams up with El Gran Capitan for Wars of Succession!

Posted: Friday, January 12, 2018 by Daniele Meneghini

Type: News

Ageod Games is very proud to announce a collaboration with El Gran Capitan Association ("The Great Captain") – one of the biggest Historical Association written in Spanish – in support of the upcoming Wars of Succession game.

Born in 2003, El Gran Capitán ("The Great Captain") is an Spanish History Association supported by an extensive community of friends with a common interest, the military history of all times. Thanks to the contributions of their members and the emphasis on quality it has become the reference on the subject for Spanish speakers.

Currently composed of 8,800 people, it has 586 articles and the best collection of war images on the network.  The Association doesn't have any political affiliation and doesn't support any present or past ideology. El Gran Capitán constitutes a space to dialogue and discuss freely, within the limits imposed by respect and democracy.

If you are interested in military history, you have to know it on http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/

 

 

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