Brazilian officers - The War of the Triple Alliance (The War of the Triple Alliance was a military conflict in South America fought from 1864 to 1870 between Paraguay and the Triple Alliance of Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay which caused more deaths than any other war in modern South American military history, and particularly devastated Paraguay, killing most of its male population.)
AZTEC POET KING AHUIZOTL - (1486-1502) LEADER OF THE FIERCEST ARMY IN THE NEW WORLD AND HEAD OF THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE PERHAPS THE GREATEST KNOWN MILITARY LEADER OF PRE-COLUMBIAN MESO-AMERICA, AHUIZOTL BEGAN HIS REIGN BY SUPPRESSING A HAUSTEC REBELLION, AND THEN SWIFTLY MORE THAN DOUBLED THE SIZE OF LANDS UNDER AZTEC DOMINANCE.HE CONQUERED THE MIXTEC, ZAPOTEC AND OTHER PEOPLES FROM MEXICO'S PACIFIC COAST DOWN TO THE WESTERN PART OF GUATEMALA.
A flower war (Nahuatl: xōchiyāōyōtl, Spanish: guerra florida) is the name given to the battles fought between the Aztec Triple Alliance and some of their enemies: most notably the city-states of Tlaxcala, Huejotzingo, Atlixco and Cholula.
Three Ethnic City States which Combined to Make the Aztec Empire
The expression Triple Alliance defines a military and political accord among the Aztec of Tenochtitlan, and other two Nahua cities of the Valley of Mexico: Texcoco and Tlacopan (Tacuba). This alliance ruled Central Mexico and most of Mesoamerica at the very end of the Postclassic period.