Huáscar

(c. 1495-1532) King of the Incas. He shared the throne with his half-brother Atahualpa from 1525, but the latter overthrew him and had him murdered during the Spanish conquest of Peru. ...
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Huáscar

(from the article `Talcahuano`) ...and petroleum refining. Nearby is the large steel mill at Huachipato, the San Vicente chemical complex and resort, and Chilean Naval zone ...
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Huascar

Inca chieftain, legitimate heir to the Inca empire, who lost his inheritance and his life in rivalry with his younger half brother Atahuallpa, who in ... [3 related articles]
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Huascar

The Huascar was a British-built Peruvian ironclad of 1870 tons displacement launched in 1865. In 1877 she was employed by revolutionists in semi-piratical operations, and was attacked off Ilo by two British warships but was neither taken nor disabled. Subsequently she surrendered to the government of Peru, which employed her in the war with Chile t
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Huáscar

Huáscar (wäs'kär) , d. 1533, Inca of Peru; son of Huayna Capac. At his father's death (1525) he became emperor, but had to share the empire with his younger half brother, Atahualpa. Shortly before the beginning of the Spanish conquest under Francisco Pizarro, Atahualpa rebelled ...
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Huáscar

[ironclad] Huáscar is a 19th-century small armoured turret ship of a type similar to a monitor. She was built in Britain for Peru and played a significant role in the battle of Pacocha and the War of the Pacific against Chile before being captured and commissioned with the Chilean Navy. Today she is one of the few surviving ships of her ty
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Huáscar

The actual events that brought about Huáscar`s succession are unclear. Conflicting factions and the fact that the Spanish chroniclers` accounts stemmed from the winners of the ensuing civil war led to conflicting versions of what actually happened. Thus although he named the infant Ninan Cuyochi as his first heir but sources differ as to whethe..
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