Historical chronicles about the actions of Tertius Diego of Castile, later renamed Savoya Tertius, about her campaigns and battles, recorded from the words of her commander. "Africa, America, the Philippines, Italy, Germany or Flanders ... Pick or a musket on his shoulder, a bag with a meager supply behind his back, a sword on his belt, and they went, they went, they went to the place where again the most Christian king of Spain needed their blood, life, their courage. Without grumbling, doubt and fear, they walked day after day, through battles and battles, through mountain steeps and passes, through deserts and fertile river valleys, through impassable jungles, dense forests or swamps, under the scorching sun or under torrential rain, through cities and villages, sometimes extinct from smallpox or plague. They walked ... Killing in clashes, dying from epidemics, from snake bites and insects, from starvation or bad water, they walked ... Only forward! Forward! They are waiting there, they need them there! They need their courage! "