| Fair Winds |
One of the biggest towns in South America, Fair Winds has a long and.
It has been home to some of the bremest writers and craftsmen in the eretide of Latish Markland.
The stead has seenbooms that brought in stunning wealth as well as thrift meltdowns that have driven folk into .
Fair Winds was Paraguay in 1539. By 1541 the town had been forsook. However another settling was made in 1580, which was to last.twice. A settling at the nowa day was shortly outled in 1536 by conquistador Pedro de Mendoza, but harrying by forced the settlers to shrithe to Asunción,
As it grew, it became too thrackful for the arlanders to strike, but became open to Speaker.. At first, much of the town's thriving was done unlawfully, as all acknowledged trade with Spain had to go through
Fair Winds was orded on the shores of the Río de la Plata (Platte Rith), overset as "Ea of Silver." It was given this name by earlyand settlers, who had gotten some silver from arlanders.
In the H18th, cow farming in the open grasslands umb the town became with Eveland, to make shoes, cladding... and a frothering of other wares., and micklereds of leather hides were sent to
In the Napoleonish eld, Britain struck the town twice in 1806-1807, looking to further weaken Spain while also gaining worthy New World landholds to edstow the ones it had so tidely lost in the American Upwending. The first strike, led by Colonel William Carr Beresford, , although it was won back by the Spanish out of about two months later. A twithe British thrack was held in 1807 under John Whitelocke. The British took but Fair Winds was thoroughly warded, leaving them to withdraw.
When Spain was taken by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1808, the boroughmen wanted selfhood, and in 1810 they stighted there own , although full selfhood would not come until 1816.
When San Martín was outcast to Eveland, there was a lack of reding in Silverland; a gouth soon broke out.
Silverland was shedded between those who belikened a strong kernel wield (mainly from Fair Winds) and those who belikened more landshire self-reding, which led to more unrest in 1829. The land's first lawwrit was dighted in 1853.
The newly selfhood had to carry on struggling. England and Frankric both tried to take Fair Winds in the mid-1800s but failed. Fair Winds as a trading , and the sale of leather went on, namely after railroads were built faying the port to the of the ethel where the were. Towards the end of the yearhundred, the young stead a taste for Evelandish high kith, and in 1908 the Colón opened its doors.
Many more Spanish settled bewhile and shortly after the Spanish Folk War (1936-1939). The Perón years (1946-1955) saw the settling of Nazi war outlaws. In latter years, the land has welcomed inwanderers from Mornfrithland, China, Eastern Eveland and.
Juan Perón along with his breme wife Evita becamein 1946.
Perón was a with strong leader and was belikened by everyone, openinh learnhalls and healing stows and narrowing the gap between rich and arm.
On Afterlithe 16 1955, Fair Winds saw one of its darkest days, as heramights against Perón, seeking to withdraw him, bebid the fleet tothe Plaza de Mayo (which was a gathering stow for Peroners) and led to the death of 364 people and scathing hundreds more. Thankfully the loft and landmight did not dealnim, and the upstrike . However Perón was withdrawn by another uprising three months later.
In 1976, a tharlreving junta overthrew Isabel Perón, leading to "La Guerra Sucia" ("The Dirty War"), one of the mosttides in the eretide of Latin America, which was to end in 1983.
Today Fair Winds isand to everyone. The town has always been and is still for its , film and learning.