Ferdinand and Isabella could barely collect five hundred horsemen. But two months later under them gathered army of more than forty thousand. However, it consisted mostly of poorly trained militia. Defeated at Toro, Ferdinand went to the tactics of guerrilla warfare. And following the battle of Toro ended with a crushing defeat of the Portuguese. Nevertheless, the war lasted four and a half years, and towards the end of Ferdinand and Isabella received a complete picture of the qualities of each other, the resilience and flexibility in the face of misfortune. They were ready to fight for the fulfillment of their main task - the final expulsion of the infidels and the unification of the country. But first it was necessary to reorganize their own kingdom.
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