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  • FRANCISCO DIMINIQUE

    FRANCISCO DIMINIQUE
    Jean Jacques Dessalines defeated the
    french
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    LATIN AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE PROCESS

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  • HAITI AND SANTO DOMINGO

    HAITI AND SANTO DOMINGO
    Declared the independence of Haiti. This was the second independent country in America, in this case led by blacks.
  • INFLUENCE OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.

     INFLUENCE OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.
    France was the first ally of the new United States since the War of Independence through a military support treaty
  • INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA

    INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA
    The Assembly, although it dispenses with declaring independence, takes steps in legislative modernization and affirms by making the coat of arms, the flag and the anthem official the symbols of sovereignty that it has not decided to proclaim.
  • INDEPENDIENCE WARS

     INDEPENDIENCE WARS
    After the defeat, the armies of Lima and Bogotá occupied the city, and a year later they assassinated 350 patriots and citizens, which shook all of America.
  • THE SPANISH

     THE SPANISH
    From Bogotá and Lima, the Spanish viceroys dispatched with sum In the Calle del Correo, three single countrymen made a patrol flee,
  • ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY AND URUGUAY

     ARGENTINA, PARAGUAY AND URUGUAY
    Only after the War of the Triple Alliance in which Paraguay was defeated by the coalition formed by Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, the "legionaries", supporters of the invaders,
  • INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA

     INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA
    Wars of independence "means two different things in America and Spain. In the peninsula, the popular uprisings against the French troops that occupied the country in 1808 are called, and the subsequent military resistance that lasted until 1814.
  • INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA

     INDEPENDENCE OF SOUTH AMERICA
    To quell the independence movement, Fernando
    VII ordered to organize the so-called "Peacekeeping Expedition"
  • MEXICAN INDEPENDENCY

    MEXICAN INDEPENDENCY
    The Independence of Mexico was the consequence of a political and social process resolved with arms, which put an end to Spanish rule in most of the territories of New Spain.
  • GRANADA AND VENEZUELA

    GRANADA AND VENEZUELA
    Morillo soon regained control of Venezuela and New Granada. Bolívar, Piar, Páez and other Venezuelan leaders reactivated the war. Bolivar
  • INDEPENDENCE OF CHILE

     INDEPENDENCE OF CHILE
    The independence of Chile corresponds to the historical process that allowed the emancipation of Chile from the Spanish Empire, which ended the colonial period and began the formation of an independent republic.
  • MONARCHICAL INDEPENDENCE

     MONARCHICAL INDEPENDENCE
    Pedro de Braganza as governor of Brazil, but the following year he proclaimed himself emperor of Brazil.
  • ECUADOR INDEPENDENCE

     ECUADOR INDEPENDENCE
    The War of Independence of Ecuador is an independence process with the objective of breaking the colonial ties between the Royal Court of Quito and the Spanish Empire in the context of the Spanish American Wars of Independence.
  • MEETING OF SAN MARTIN AND BOLIVAR

     MEETING OF SAN MARTIN AND BOLIVAR
    An unpublished document clarifies the details of the meeting between San Martín and Simón Bolívar, in Guayaquil, on July 26, 1822 and that 116 years later was recreated in a monument that is in the Rotonda hemicycle, on the boardwalk that leads to the name of the Liberator
  • PUERTO RICO

    PUERTO RICO
    El Grito de Lares was an armed insurrection that occurred on September 23, 1868 that sought the independence of Puerto Rico from the colonial government of Spain.
  • CENTRO AMERICA

    CENTRO AMERICA
    Panama belonged to the Viceroyalty of New Granada and, therefore, became independent along with Colombia.
  • IINDEPENDENCE OF CUBA

    IINDEPENDENCE OF CUBA
    The Cuban War of Independence is the name by which the last Cuban war of independence is known against the Spanish Empire, in addition to the last of those carried out in the American continent.