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The U.S. Navy conducting intelligence operations in the inner regions of China? Including arming and directing guerrilla bands to fight the Japanese?
This is a blood-and-thunder tale about a little-known aspect of Simon Bolivar's fight for the independence of Venezuela and Colombia from the Spanish crown. It ascribes a significant role to certain British and Irish veterans of the Duke of Wellington's army who served in Bolivar's military campaigns against the royal colonial forces.