Latin American Revolution

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  • The Haitian Revolution

    The Haitian Revolution
    They outnumbered their masters dramatically. White masters used brutal methods to terrorize them and keep them powerless.The leaders names were Toussaint and Jean-Jacques.
    While the French Revolution was taking place, oppressed people in the French colony of Haiti rose up against the French masters.
    GLORY...By, 1801, Toussaint had taken control of the entire island and freed all the enslaved Africans.
  • Ending of The Haitian Revolution

    Ending of The Haitian Revolution
    Yes, the revolution was successful because they were the first Black colonie to free itself from European control.
  • The Mexican Revolution

    The Mexican Revolution
    When the peasants gathered in the church, he issued a call for rebellion against the spanish. The uprising of the lower classes of the land, and their lives. The leaders were Miguel Hidalgo, and Jose Maria Morelos.
  • The South American Revolution

    The South American Revolution
    Bolivars volunteer army of revolutionaries suffered numerous defeats. Bolivar led over over 2,000 soldiers on a march through the Andes into what is now Colombia. Coming from this direction, he took the spanish army in Bogota completely by surprise and won a decisive victory. The leaders were Simon Bolivar, and Jose de san Martin.
  • Ending of the Mexican Revolution

    Ending of the Mexican Revolution
    No, the revolution was not successful because Morelos led the revolution for four years. However, in 1815 a Creoles officer, Agustin de defeated him.
  • The Brazilian Revolution

    The Brazilian Revolution
    Napoleon's aim was to close the ports of these countries to British shipping. Brazil quest for independence was unique in this period of latin american history because it occurred without violent upheavals or widespread bloodshed. The leaders were Napoleon and Dom Pedro/ king John.
  • Ending of the Brazilian Revolution

    Ending of the Brazilian Revolution
    Yes, because in 1822, Creoles demanded Brazil´s independence from Portugal. Eight thousand Brazilians signed a petition asking Dom Pedro to rule. He agreed.
  • Ending of the South Revolution

    Ending of the South Revolution
    Yes, the revolution was successful because Bolivar´s army went on to defeat the spanish at the Battle of Ayacucho (Peru) on December 9, 1824.