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Simón Bolívar - Bolívar lost control of San Felipe Castle along with its ammunition stores

Time: Tuesday Jun 30, 1812

Place: San Felipe Castle, Puerto Cabello, Carabobo

Details: As Royalist Frigate Captain Domingo de Monteverde was advancing into republican territory from the west, Bolívar lost control of San Felipe Castle along with its ammunition stores on 30 June 1812. Bolívar then retreated to his estate in San Mateo.



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