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In History
  • 1,808 BCE

    Mexico abdications in Bayonne

    Mexico abdications in Bayonne
    The abdications in Bayonne of the kings of Spain Carlos IV and Fernando VII are known in Mexico
  • the arest

    the arest
    Arrest of the King of Spain 1808
  • The Representation of the City Council of Mexico

    The Representation of the City Council of Mexico
    The Representation of the City Council of Mexico is published, the work of Francisco de Azcárate and Francisco Primo de Verdad, which postulates the return of sovereignty to the people represented by the city council, as there is no king. The viceroy is asked to rule on behalf of Fernando VII, who is imprisoned in France.
  • primera junta

    primera junta
    First government junta
  • Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.

    Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.
    Hidalgo enters Guadalajara.
  • frist congress

    frist congress
    First national Congress
  • Calleja defeats the insurgents

    Calleja defeats the insurgents
    Calleja defeats the insurgents in Puente de Calderón and there is an insurgent rout.
  • Hidalgo is stripped of military command

    Hidalgo is stripped of military command
    In Aguascalientes, Hidalgo is stripped of military command, which falls to Allende.
  • the insurgents appoint Ignacio López Rayón

    the insurgents appoint Ignacio López Rayón
    In a war junta, the insurgents appoint Ignacio López Rayón, military commander in the absence of the main leaders, they decide to go north.
  • The Bravo brothers join Galeana and Morelos

    The Bravo brothers join Galeana and Morelos
    The Bravo brothers join Galeana and Morelos. Among them is the young Nicolás, son of Don Leonardo.
  • Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama, Jiménez and Abasolo are betrayed by Elizondo

    Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama, Jiménez and Abasolo are betrayed by Elizondo
    Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama, Jiménez and Abasolo are betrayed by Elizondo in the Norias de Baján and taken prisoner to Monclova.
  • Morelos takes Tixtla

    Morelos takes Tixtla
    Morelos takes Tixtla where Vicente Guerrero joins him
  • Allende, Aldama y Jiménez son fusilados

    Allende, Aldama y Jiménez son fusilados
    Allende, Aldama y Jiménez son fusilados en Chihuahua.
  • goverment of carera

    goverment of carera
    Among the works of the Carrera government is the Constitution of 1812, which consisted of 27 articles, and established a government consisting of a Senate of 7 members and a Superior Board of Government, with three members.
  • Spanish reaction

    Spanish reaction
    The liberation of Spain put Fernando VII back in power. The monarch did not accept the reforms carried out by the liberals, he repealed the Constitution of Cádiz and ruled in the most complete absolutism
  • Rancagua disaster

    Rancagua disaster
    Also known as the "Rancagua Disaster", it took place between October 1 and 2, 1814 in the plaza of that city and was intended to stop the royalist forces of Mariano Osorio from their advance towards Santiago.
  • Battle of Chacabuco

    Battle of Chacabuco
    The Battle of Chacabuco was a decisive contest for the Independence of Chile in which the Army of the Andes fought, made up of troops from the United Provinces of the Río de la Plata and Chilean exiles in Mendoza.
  • Liberation army crosses the mountain range

    Liberation army crosses the mountain range
    On January 5, 1817, the crossing of the Andes mountain range began.
  • Declaration of independence of Chile

    Declaration of independence of Chile
    The Act of Independence of Chile is the document by which Chile solemnly declared its independence from the Spanish Monarchy. It was dated in the city of Concepción on January 1, 1818
  • Battle of Maipu

    Battle of Maipu
    The Battle of Maipú, also known as the Battle of Maipo, was a decisive armed confrontation within the context of the Chilean War of Independence. It took place on April 5, 1818 in the sector known as Cerrillos del Maipo