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Saint Patrick’s Battalion — frwiki.wiki

Hanging San Patricios.

Commemorative plaque in Mexico.

Saint Patrick’s Battalion (Spanish: BatALLon de San Patricio ) was a unit of several hundred Irish, Germans and other Catholic Europeans who left the United States Army and joined the Mexican Army in the Mexican-American War. From 1846 to 1848. Like Abraham Lincoln and many others later, these people considered the invasion of Mexico a big mistake.

For the generation of Americans who fought in the Mexican-American War, the San Patricios were the most vile traitors and cowards. To the Mexicans of this generation, they were heroes who gave themselves to help their fellow Catholics in Mexico. Here they are honored on September 12, the day of the first mass executions, and on Saint Patrick’s Day.

Summary

  • 1 Mexican incentive
  • 2 sectarian and brutal US Army
  • 3 San Patricios in the Mexican ranks

    • 3.1 Colors
    • 3.2 Battle of Monterrey
    • 3.3 Battle of Cerro Gordo
    • 3.4 Battle of Churubusco
    • 3.5 Battle of Chapultepec
  • 4 Offspring

    • 4.1 Cinema
    • 4.2 Music
  • 5 books
  • 6 See also
  • 7 Notes and references

Mexican stimulus

It is unclear how exactly these foreign Catholics in the service of the United States were forced to desert and join the Mexican fighters. It is known that the Mexican army in the spring of 1846 actively recruited Catholics from the American army, claiming that it was a war between Protestants and Catholics. General Pedro de Ampudia, commander of the Army of the North against General Taylor, had pamphlets in English which he distributed among his enemies. The land was offered as a reward to those who left the American ranks and joined the Mexican army.

Sectarian and brutal American army

Brownsville, Texas in 1857.

The 1999 film One Man’s Hero begins with the idea that the nucleus of San Patricios, , consisting of Catholic soldiers who attended Mass in the Mexican city of Matamoros, were severely punished. Humiliating punishments were at hand when Taylor’s army camped on the north bank of the Rio Grande at Fort Texas (now Brownsville), as demonstrated by Michael Hogan in his book Irish Soldiers of Mexico» , on which the film was made. Fort Texas was a large earthwork built by the American military in early 1846 after his campaign from Corpus Christi. Although U.S. President James Knox Polk chose to interpret Texas’ southern border as the Rio Grande, the Mexican government fixed it on the Nueces River (near Corpus Christi). Throughout the period of Spanish colonization, and later as a province of Mexico, Texas’ border was always along the Nueces and not the Rio Grande. Thus, the first San Patricios were in a disputed area, at neutral territory and not within the United States when these disciplinary problems arose.

It is clear that desertion was a serious problem in the regular United States Army in South Texas and throughout this war. About 2,800 people will leave its ranks, or about 14% of the US troops involved in the conflict. Physical punishment, which was then used in all the armies of the world, which we today equate to torture, was then widely used. Young American officers could hit a man at any time. The military at the time, like American society at large, openly condemned and discriminated against Catholics.

40% of military units were born abroad. Ironically, the army was one of the few jobs that a Catholic immigrant from Ireland or Germany could hope for in an economically depressed America, whose job market is flooded with newcomers working for wages in poverty. But very few Catholic recruits, even those who served in the best armies in Europe, could not hope to be promoted on merit alone. Protestant American officers will encourage the desecration and destruction of Catholic churches throughout the campaign in Mexico, as they will tolerate the rape of women, looting, and the destruction of property belonging to Catholic civilians.

In addition to many Irish and Germans, the unit included Canadians, British, French, Poles and Italians, as well as a few Mexicans. Except in the special cases of the United States Revolutionary War and the Civil War, no other American unit was present in the enemy army.

San Patricios in the Mexican ranks

Probable restoration of the banner in the battalion, which may have varied according to witnesses; this side has an Irish harp, a shamrock and a Gaelic (Anglicised) motto.

Mexican writer José Raul Conseco recalls that many Irish lived in North Texas and that some of the San Patricios fought alongside government forces against Texas rebels at the Battle of Lipantlitana. From the beginning of the US-Mexican conflict (May 1846), Legion Extraneros fought in the battles of Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma. Its members will join the Battalion. Simultaneously with this «Foreign Legion», deserters on the Rio Grande, led by John Riley, formed a company of 48 Irishmen who held off the Mexican artillery in the siege of Fort Texas.

Colors »

The unit included artillery and infantry formations. The unity standard (several may have been shared), of which only descriptions exist, appears to be presented on a green background «Erin’s harp» with the Gaelic motto Erin Go Bragh . Thus, one of the most famous and effective units of the Mexican army proclaimed, in addition to its attachment to Mexico and the Catholic faith, «Ireland forever».

The jacket was turquoise blue with yellow lapels and crimson trim. The trousers were sky blue with red trim.

The Mexicans nicknamed the soldiers Los Colorados , «redheads», because of their tanned skin and lots of red hair.

Battle of Monterrey

US troops march on Monterrey.

The San Patricios first fought with the Mexican army at the Battle of Monterrey (September 21, 1846), where they formed an artillery battery under the command of John Riley. This Irish-born British Army veteran, sometimes spelled Reilly, Reilly and O’Reilly, joined the United States Army at Michigan in September 1845 and deserted at Matamoros in April 1846. Under Riley, San Patricio stand out. They are even credited with two attacks on downtown Monterrey. However, their talents did not prevent the defeat of the Mexican troops.

After the Battle of Monterrey, the number of San Patricios increased, some estimate their strength at about 800 people. Despite his artillery skills in a number of battles, in mid-1847 San Patricios received an order from Antonio López de Santa Anna himself to form an infantry battalion.

Battle of Cerro Gordo.

Battle of Cerro Gordo

As an infantry unit, San Patricios continues to excel. Knowing that if captured, they risk being sentenced to death, San Patricios, during the Battle of Cerro Gordo, threatens Mexican troops with friendly fire if they ever escape. While the San Patricios are too busy to carry out their threats, the Mexican troops break off the fight and flee, leaving the San Patricios to fight hand to hand with the American forces.

Battle of Churubusco

Battle of Churubusco.

At the Battle of Churubusco ( ) they are practically destroyed, most of them killed or captured (including John Riley). The Americans are commanded by Colonel William Hoffman. Their unit would be briefly reformed shortly before the Battle of Mexico about two weeks later, but with very few numbers, and would be formally withdrawn from the Mexican Army in 1850.

Battle of Chapultepec

San Patricio, captured by the US military, severely punished; they were responsible for some of the fiercest fighting (and heaviest casualties) American forces had to face. Those who were no longer in the US military prior to the official declaration of war (such as Riley) would be marked with a «D» as deserters and sentenced to forced labor. Those who enlisted in the Mexican Army after the announcement would be hanged en masse for treason in front of both armies during the Battle of Chapultepec (). By order of General Winfield Scott, the execution of the 30th San Patricio takes place precisely at the moment when the star banner replaces the Mexican standard at the top of the citadel. In all, about fifty San Patricios were executed by the US military, the largest mass execution ever carried out by the US military.

Offspring

Memorial plaque of the old Churubusco monastery.

A handful of survivors received lands promised by the Mexican government.

Even today, San Patricio is venerated in Mexico. In addition to the commemoration, several schools or churches commemorate their names like a musical band.

In salutation of the support of the Mexican army by these Irish Americans, the street of the Monastery of Santa Maria de Churubusco was named Mártires Irisheses (Irish Martyrs). The monastery became the Museo Nacional de las Intervenciones. Battalion de San Patricio is also celebrated for two days in Mexico, the first on September 12, the anniversary of the first executions, and the second on Saint Patrick’s Day.

Movie

  • One Man’s Hero is a 1999 film starring Tom Berenger and directed by Lance Hoole that traces the story of St. Patrick’s Battalion.

Music

Several songs by various current artists evoke memories of the battalion and its main figure, John Riley. The Chieftains with Ry Cooder dedicated their 2010 album San Patricio (in) , mostly in Spanish.

Working

  • (en) Robert Ryall Miller, Shamrock and Sword: St. Patrick’s Battalion in the Mexican-American War , Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, , 232 pp. (ISBN 978-0-806-12204-5 and 978-0-806-12964-8, OCLC 19128979) .
  • (en) Michael Hogan, Irish Soldiers of Mexico , Guadalajara, Mexico, Fondo Editorial Universitario, , 268 p. (ISBN 978-9-687-84600-2)
  • en) Jaime Fogarty, Saint Patricio Battalion; Irish Soldiers of Mexico , Voices of Mexico magazine April-June 2000 ( read online [PDF] ) , pp. 57
  • James Carlos Blake, Bloody Twilight , Black Shore, 2002.
  • Patrick Mahe, Wild geese die in Mexico , Fayard, 2012.
  • Ulysses S. Grant Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, Volume I , Scituate, MA, Digital Scanning Inc., ( 1- e ed. 1885) 902) 902) (read line 1

See also

  • (en) Irish Soldiers of Mexico at irishargentine.org Irish Migration Studies in Latin America.
  • (es) El Pulso de la Fe — El Battalion de San Patricio on YouTube : Documentary from the Mexican Catholic TV program

Notes and links

  1. a and b (in) « Michael Connaughton: ‘Under the Year of the Emerald Green Flag: The History of Irish Soldiers in Mexico’ » at www.irlandeses.org (accessed 17 April 2018) .
  2. a and b (in) Miller, Robert Ryall, Shamrock and Sword, St. Patrick’s Battalion in the Mexican-American War. , Norman, University of Oklahoma ( ISBN 0-8061-2964-6 ) .
  3. a b and c (in) Stevens, Peter F., Rogue March: John Riley and St. Patrick’s Battalion , Potomac Books, 2005, 1999 ( ISBN 1-57488-738-6, OCLC 64208551 -presentation)

    “In my entire letter I forgot to tell you under what banner we fought so bravely. It was that glorious Emblem of the rights of the natives, the banner that should have been raised over our native Earth many years ago, it was St. Patrick, Erin’s harp, the shamrock on the green field. »

  4. (in) « Mexico — San Patricio Battalion — three flags? «, at fotw.info (accessed April 17, 2018) .
  5. ↑ « Ireland forever «, .
  6. (in) United States at War , Salem Press (ISBN 1-58765-313-3, OCLC 61880770, online presentation) , pp.
  7. (in) « Mexico — San Patricio Battalion » on fotw.info (accessed April 17, 2018) .
  8. (en-US) George W. Kendall, Mexican-American War Reports , University of Oklahoma Press, (ISBN 0-8061-3121-7)

    «A banner of green silk, with a harp on one side, surmounted by the Mexican coat of arms and a banner inscribed with «Libertad por la Republica Mexicana» [Freedom for the Mexican Republic]. Below the harp is the motto «Erin Go Bragh». On the other hand, there is a painting … depicting Saint Patrick, in his left hand a key, and in his right a hook or stick leaning on a snake. Drawn below is «San Patricio». »
    9Ameur, Farid, « United States of America — Mexico, iron eagle against land eagle «, fought and Histoire , p o 2, , p. -967X ) :

    Erin, brag! or «Ireland forever» in Gaelic. This is the unexpected motto of one of the most famous Mexican units, San Patricio Battalion … »

  9. (in) Edward Wallace, Saint Patrick’s Battalion in the Mexican War , (read online [PDF] ) .
  10. ↑ Grant 1885, pp. 114.
  11. (in) « Fogarty, Jaime» Saint Patricio’s Battalion: Irish Soldiers of Mexico «» at www.irlandeses.org (accessed 17 April 2018) .
  12. (in) WFP NORDSTROM, « SAN PATRICIO BATTALION » at tshaonline.org, (accessed April 17, 2018) .
  13. (in) « St. Patrick’s Battalion «, Wikipedia , (read online consultation April 17, 2018)

    from war crimes, as defined below) committed by the US military.

  14. (c) « San Patricios» | AMERICAN HERITAGE » at www.americanheritage.com (Accessed April 17, 2018) .
  15. (en-US) « Irish Heroes of Mexico «, Clifden and Connemara Heritage Society , (read online consulted September 12, 2018) .
  16. ↑ « Pipers honor the Irish who fought for Mexico — USATODAY.com «, on usatoday30.usatoday.com (as of September 12, 2018) .
  17. (en-US) « On St. Patrick’s Day, Mexico Remembers the Irish Who Fought for Mexico Against USA «, Public Radio International , (read online consultation April 17, 2018) .
  18. (in) « Saint Patrick’s Battalion «, Wikipedia , (read online consultation April 17, 2018) .
  19. ↑ « Sun results: Mexico. Edgercito. Battalion de San Patricio. [WorldCat.org] » at www.worldcat.org (accessed 1 — and May 2018) .

San Patricio International School, Toledo

Address: Juan de Vergara, 1 — Urbanización La Legua — 45005 Toledo

Director: Simon Hutton-Burk

Founded: 2006

School status: coeducational school

Age of study: from 3 to 18 years old, accommodation in a boarding house is possible from 12 years old

Organization affiliations: Inspired Schools Group, Association of Independent Schools, Best British Schools in Spain, Association of Boarding Schools

Number of students: total 550 students of 20 nationalities

Location San Patricio International School

San Patricio Toledo International School is located on a huge 30,000 m2 campus in the exclusive residential area of ​​La Legua in the city of Toledo. The campus is located in the beautiful Spanish countryside, just 25 minutes by train from Madrid, with easy road and rail access to Barajas International Airport. The city of Toledo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known worldwide for its beauty, culture and historical interest.

San Patricio International School

The San Patricio boarding school provides international education for children from 3 to 18 years old for day students and a school with residence for students from 12 to 18 years old, which allows the latter to live and study on the same campus. The San Patricio School is the choice of families who are looking for an environment where their children can receive an outstanding education and experiences that help them develop faster as individuals and as professionals. San Patricio Toledo International School is part of the Inspired school group. This group of schools is a premium school with an excellent education for more than 55,000 students. The international network consists of 70 schools in 20 countries on 5 continents, offering proven best practices from all corners of the globe to provide world-class learning.

Inspired sets new standards in premium private education with carefully selected teachers and a commitment to excellence that permeates every aspect of every school. Integrating innovative, challenging and enriching academic, performing and athletic programs, Inspired students graduate with outstanding results, a love of learning, confidence and a solid value system that prepares them to take on the challenges life throws at them in their future endeavors.

Education at Inspired goes beyond traditional academia and includes teaching about life and public speaking, teaching methods and time management. Inspired Schools nurture each student’s unique personality, talent and self-confidence, equipping them with the skills and confidence they need to succeed as the world’s leading citizens of tomorrow.

The school’s sports facilities consist of many, including:

  • Half-covered playground for the little ones
  • scientific laboratories (biology, physics and chemistry)
  • two fitness rooms
  • music school with three rooms for individual lessons and small group rehearsals
  • 40m indoor heated swimming pool
  • two large terraces for outdoor activities and events
  • two outdoor sports fields
  • photo laboratory
  • auditorium for 300 people
  • 4500 m2 outdoor sports field with 200m running tracks, artificial turf soccer field and 25m swimming pool
  • three dedicated art areas
  • modern open equipped spacious library
  • sports hall 1500 m2 with terraces
  • technology and computer room
  • assembly hall for children from 3 to 6 years old
  • multifunctional hall
  • well-equipped triathlon pavilion

Study at San Patricio International School

Admission to school: for admission to school, you must send a scan of your ID card, family information, school grades for the last 2 years, and you must also pass an introductory interview, in which the applicant will be asked several questions in English. Admission to the elementary school program requires passing entrance exams in mathematics, Spanish and English as a foreign language. And for all applicants to high school and diploma programs, you must submit Cognitive Ability Test Edition 4 (CAT 4) scores. In addition, you need to send a letter of recommendation from the current school and a letter of motivation.

Curriculum: San Patricio Toledo teaches IB. This is an ongoing International Baccalaureate program in Spain. It consists of three parts — PYP (primary school program) for the youngest students from 3 to 11 years old, MYP (high school program) for students aged 12 to 16 years old and DP (diploma program) for the oldest students from 17 to 18. The International School of San Patricio Toledo also gives its students the opportunity to receive official qualifications at the University of Cambridge (University of Cambridge), official examinations of the Alliance Française (Alliance Française) and the Goethe Institute (Goethe Institut).

The Elementary Program prepares students to be active and caring, enabling them to develop a lifelong learning attitude that respects themselves and others and is able to participate in the world around them. The focus is on the all round development of the child through exploration using natural curiosity and exploration skills both in and out of the classroom.

The middle school program is a rigorous academic framework that encourages students aged 11 to 16 to make practical connections between their studies and the real world. Students completing the program are well prepared to study the IB Diploma Program.

The Diploma Program aims to teach students to achieve superior breadth and depth of knowledge and grow physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically. The diploma program is an educational program with its own assessment system, aimed at students aged 16 to 19 years.

High School Program

Interdisciplinary teaching and learning creates a connected curriculum that meets the developmental needs of students and prepares them for further academic study and life in an increasingly interconnected world.

The program consists of eight thematic groups:

  • language acquisition — learning English, French, German and Spanish
  • language and literature
  • individuals and society
  • geography and history, ethics and religion
  • mathematics
  • design
  • art — visual arts and musical performance
  • natural sciences — biology, physics and chemistry
  • physical culture and health

All middle school students complete a personal project during their senior year under the guidance of a school leader on a topic of their own choice.

The secondary school curriculum is flexible in approach, allowing for engaging, stimulating content with meaningful content that meets local and national curriculum requirements. This inquiry-based curriculum explores factual, conceptual, and debatable questions in the study of various subjects. Approaches to learning are at the center of the philosophy of teaching and learning in the secondary school. Students develop skills that help them «learn how to learn.» These skills are taught and developed in the learning process, which allows you to use, reflect and formulate your own learning process. An assessment aimed at determining a student’s competence or level of achievement is usually carried out at the end of a course of study or research block.

The flexible middle classes program also covers Spanish national requirements, but has a rigorous and innovative methodology. Over the course of 4 years, students will work collaboratively on subject content in a dynamic environment: students acquire research skills related to a real-life context, with a specific purpose. Through this, students will learn beyond the classroom and continue to learn and grow throughout their lives. Students lay the foundation for academic success and open doors to higher education.

Diploma Program

The IB Diploma is the gold standard for higher education access qualifications as it is recognized by universities around the world and offers a broad and balanced program of study in six subjects — three at the high level, three at the standard level, which should include language and science. Research shows that there are many benefits to choosing a Diploma Program.

The program aims to develop in students the breadth and depth of knowledge, prosperity physically, intellectually, emotionally and ethically. DP students are better than their peers at handling complex workloads, managing their time and meeting expectations.

IB students complete the Creativity, Action, Service (CAS) program, write an extended essay, and take a Theory of Knowledge course. The IB Diploma is more than just a qualification, it provides a unique educational experience. This allows students to study a wide range of subjects during their last 2 years of school, giving them the freedom to choose which subjects to study in more depth.

Students choose six subjects — one from each of the following groups:

  • Group 1. First language — English/Spanish language and literature, or self-study literature course supported by the school
  • Group 2 Second Language — Spanish, English, Spanish for Beginners
  • Group 3. People and society — business management, global politics (all in English), history in Spanish
  • Group 4. Experimental sciences — biology, chemistry (in Spanish or English), physics in Spanish. Ecological systems and societies only in Spanish
  • Group 5 Mathematics — High level analysis and approaches (Spanish or English), Mathematics: Intermediate applications and interpretations (Spanish or English)
  • Group 6 Arts and electives — music (in English), visual arts (in English), economics (in English) or chemistry (in English or Spanish) at a high level, French or German — acquisition of language skills , Spanish from scratch and literature in your native language.

For international students whose level of English or Spanish is not considered a native language, there is an additional fee of 1950 euros for 30 hours of support. Study time will be distributed over the two years of the diploma. This fee will apply to all students starting a DP.

Languages: English, French, German, Chinese, Spanish

Information and Communication Technology (ICT): is taught as a separate subject, and as included in the curriculum in other subjects.

Exam results: 2021 graduate excellent results: 10% of students scored 40, 40% 36 or higher, and the highest score was 44.

Arts at San Patricio International School

The San Patricio Arts Center presents a multidisciplinary, versatile and versatile vision for a variety of arts programs. The school offers its students the opportunity to study in a «live» artistic environment that stimulates creative thinking, exploration and imagination. The center provides all the necessary facilities for students to develop the necessary skills and achieve the desired artistic profile.

Students are offered:

  • music and dance
  • plastic and fine arts
  • dramatic arts

Sports at San Patricio International School

Suggested sports:

  • chess
  • athletics
  • football
  • rhythmic gymnastics
  • swimming
  • tennis
  • volleyball
  • basketball

School Life at San Patricio International School

School uniform: school uniform required

Meals: The school has its own kitchen and cafeteria run by an award-winning chef. It uses high quality raw materials, providing a healthy and balanced diet with unrivaled hygiene conditions. It provides a weekly report on the menu that will be served next week. The school ensures that high standards are maintained for food served in the cafeteria and monitors students’ nutritional needs and nutritional requirements.

Religion: San Patricio Toledo International School is committed to supporting the religious and spiritual needs and commitments of students.

Social Life: San Patricio Toledo International School hosts a wide range of activities and weekend trips, allowing children to have fun and make the most of this international experience. Throughout the academic year, a full program of walks, trips and excursions is organized. Trips and weekend activities are compulsory for all full-time students, with the exception of ski courses. It is a wonderful and educational experience for the development of relations between students living in a hostel, communication and autonomy. On weekends, students participate in activities such as visiting the trampoline park, ziplining in Toledo, Halloween party, Christmas dinner, grand carnival parade, St. Patrick’s Day celebration.

Accommodation at San Patricio International School

San Patricio International Boarding School provides allotment board (accommodation 5 days a week) for children from 12 years old and full board from 14 years old. Regardless of the mode of residence (full or week board), all students enjoy life in a world-class residential complex, in one of the safest areas in Spain.

Students have an excellent opportunity to live among 15 different nationalities and develop the communication and social skills necessary for life, which are part of the educational goals of the school. The residence is located on the school grounds, which makes it easier to use the premises at any time without the need for transfers or trips off campus. This ensures that students live on a fully equipped campus with maximum security and control, as well as access to many excellent sports and recreational facilities.

All full board students will have a weekend leisure and cultural program throughout the school year.

  • Every evening, students are given time to do homework under the supervision of educators.
  • In order to help students become more independent in adapting to university life, the school tries to instill a number of daily habits and activities that develop and contribute to this necessary independence for the future life.
  • Every student has a professional team working daily to meet their academic and personal needs: boarding school director, academic mentor, boarding school teacher, counseling department, course coordinator, boarding school nurse and boarding school chef.

Students are placed in rooms according to the characteristics and diversity of students. Thus, children are accommodated in rooms of 2, 3 and 4 people. Boys and girls live on different floors.

Available to students:

  • controlled Wi-Fi connection throughout the territory, switched off at night
  • en-suite bedrooms
  • individual cabinets and shelves
  • individual tables
  • individual air conditioning
  • underfloor heating
  • common areas for socializing and leisure
  • library
  • theater/cinema
  • indoor sports hall
  • football field
  • treadmill
  • volleyball courts
  • 25m pool
  • water sports pool

Meals:

  • breakfast — cereal, bread, biscuits, sausage, fruit, juice, coffee, tea, milk, cocoa
  • lunch — choice of first and second courses, salads, fruits, dairy products
  • dinner — choice of first and second courses, salads, fruits, dairy products

Laundry and cleaning:

  • laundry and ironing service offered on campus
  • bed linen change and cleaning — weekly

Student Care:

The residence has male and female tutors who live on campus with the students and take care of all the needs of the students.

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