L'impacte dels allotjaments a Tona: de la Revolta dels Barretines (1687) al pas de l'exèrcit austriacista durant la Guerra de Successió (1711)

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Billeting of soldiers in private homes was the cause of permanent conflict in the modern period. In the 17th century, Tona suffered from this problem, since, like many other spots on the Plana de Vic, it was a regular passing place for the Hispanic army. In 1687, shortly before the Uprising of the Barretines, the figure of syndic was involved in the affair that led to the dismissal of the President of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Antoni Saiol. Later on, the excesses of the regiment of Colonel Antoni de Clariana in 1711 show that during the War of Succession the problem persisted.
Idioma originalCatalán
Páginas (desde-hasta)61-87
PublicaciónAUSA
N.º175
EstadoPublicada - 2015

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