José Antonio Andrade

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José Antonio Andrade was a Peninsular Spanish Colonel who notably commanded royalist forces during the Mexican War of Independence. Amongst his more famous battles, he commanded troops in the Siege of Cuautla and the Capture of Orizaba,[1] neither of which resulted in victory for the Spanish Crown.

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  1. ^ Marley 2008, p. 596.

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