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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC INDEPENDANCE DAY FROM HAITI CELEBRATED IN SANTO DOMINGO(8 images)

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  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
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  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
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  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
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  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
    DOMINICAN R...JPG
  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
    DOMINICAN R...JPG
  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
    DOMINICAN R...JPG
  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
    DOMINICAN R...JPG
  • Dominican Republic military personnel take part in the annual independence day from Haiti February 2011. After three centuries of Spanish rule, with French and Haitian interludes, the country became independent in 1821 but was quickly taken over by Haiti. Victorious in the Dominican War of Independence in 1844, Dominicans experienced mostly internal strife, and also a brief return to Spanish rule, over the next 72 years. The United States occupation of 1916-1924 View Press / ZZ
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