El Caribe durante la Guerra de los Siete Años. El espionaje británico sobre las fortificaciones españolas y francesas

  title={El Caribe durante la Guerra de los Siete A{\~n}os. El espionaje brit{\'a}nico sobre las fortificaciones espa{\~n}olas y francesas},
  author={Pedro Cruz and Pedro Luengo},
  journal={Colonial Latin American Review},
  pages={556 - 576}
El año 1762 se considera el del inicio de la fase bélica más activa de la Guerra de los Siete Años. Este conflicto ha sido tildado como el primero con dimensiones globales, con ataques británicos exitosos en un solo año a Fort-de-France, Martinica (5 de enero), La Habana (6 de junio–13 de agosto) y Manila (24 de septiembre–6 de octubre). Su impacto sobre el ámbito caribeño y su trascendencia global ha llevado a considerarlo en los últimos años uno de los focos de interés para los investigadores… 
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