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Battle Studies: San Pasqual  

On December 6-7, 1846, one of the most controversial battles of the Mexican-American War took place at what is now San Diego, CA. It was also one of the few military battles that involved the US Army, Marines, Navy and civilian volunteers.
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San Pasqual

Painting by Colonel Charles Woodhouse, USMCR. Image courtesy of the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Command Museum

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