the revolutions

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  • 1809 New Granada (Ecuador)

    1809 New Granada (Ecuador)
    In 1809 the first call for independence was made. The first Governing Board was held where the leaders of the neighborhoods of Quito elected their leaders.
  • MAY 25, 1810 Rio de la Plata

    MAY 25, 1810 Rio de la Plata
    This event lasted one week and was held in Buenos Aires.
    The Revolution that liberated the provinces of the Río de la Plata from the viceregal authority and the Spanish crown had 3 failed attempts
  • SEP 18, 1810 Primera Junta Nacional del Gobierno el Chile

    SEP 18, 1810 Primera Junta Nacional del Gobierno el Chile
    The establishment of the first National Government Junta is commemorated in 1810, marking Chile on the road to independence.
  • 1811 Río de la Plata (Uruguay)

    1811 Río de la Plata (Uruguay)
    The first siege of Montevideo was in May 1811 and October 1011, when units from the Río de la Plata province failed to besiege the city of Montevideo, which was still controlled by the Spanish loyalists.
  • May 18, 1811

    May 18, 1811
    the battle of the stones occurred where Uruguay won.
    It was an important triumph for José Artigas, a military triumph for the liberating revolution of the Río de la Plata.
  • 25 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 1811 Río de la Plata (Paraguay)

    25 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 1811 Río de la Plata (Paraguay)
    Paraguay begins the revolution without violence and on November 25, 1842 finally proclaims its independence.
  • October 1-2, 1814

    October 1-2, 1814
    The Battle of Rancagua was a military confrontation that occurred on October 1 and 2, 1814 in the city of the same name in the context of the Chilean War of Independence.
  • 1817 Venezuela

    1817 Venezuela
    Bolívar, Piar, Páez and others reactivated the war.
    Bolivar faced and defeated Morillo in Calabozo.
  • 1818 Chile

    1818 Chile
    The Battle of Maipú, which occurred on April 5, 1818, is the definitive milestone of the Independence process.
  • May 5, 1818 captains general of chile in independence

    May 5, 1818 captains general of chile in independence
    Finally on April 5, 1818 Chile had its victory
  • 1820 Perú

    1820 Perú
    San Martín leaves Chile and arrives in Lima (Peru).
  • February 1, 1820, Rio de la Plata (Argentina)

    February 1, 1820, Rio de la Plata (Argentina)
    Finally, on February 1, 1820, Argentina achieved victory in the battle of Cepeda
  • October 9, 1820 Ecuador

    October 9, 1820 Ecuador
    Guayaquil's independence is proclaimed on October 9, 1820.
  • June 25, 1821 independence of venezuela

    June 25, 1821 independence of venezuela
    Venezuela to win the battle of Carabobo, declares its independence on June 25, 1821
  • May 24, 1822 independence from Pichincha (Ecuador)

    May 24, 1822 independence from Pichincha (Ecuador)
    The Pichincha army controlled by Antonio José de Sucre, was the winner.
  • JUL 26, 1822 Guayaquil

    JUL 26, 1822 Guayaquil
    Here is the interview with the two liberators, Simón Bolívar and José de San Martín Between San Martín and Bolívar there were political and military differences. General Bolivar had to make the drastic decision to leave his troops and return to his country
  • 1824 The battles of Peru

    1824 The battles of Peru
    The important battles of Peru:
    Battle of Junín, this war was a military commitment.
    The Battle of Ayacucho was a decisive military encounter during Peru's War of Independence
  • AUG 25, 1828 Río de la Plata (Uruguay)

    AUG 25, 1828 Río de la Plata (Uruguay)
    Of all Latin America, Uruguay was the last country to become independent, it became independent in 1828 on August 25.