In Spain, Marshal Prim dies after being wounded by an unknown
assassin. He had served as regent since the previous year, in the
wake of the revolution of 1868, while attempts were made to find a
suitable replacement monarch for Isabella II.
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Editors. "Marshal Prim dies in Spain, after being wounded by assassin". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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