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Ch8 and 10 timeline

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    The Battles of the great countries

  • 7 Years War

    7 Years War
    In Canada, France, and the United Kingdom, the name Seven Years' War is used to describe the North American conflict as well as the European and Asian conflicts, as the name Nine Years' War was already taken. This conflict lasted seven years from 1756 to 1763.
  • Ausralia's Independence

    Ausralia's Independence
    Australia day marks the landing of the First Fleet on 26 January 1788 under Captain Arthur Phillip when he became the first governor after gaining sovereignty over the colony of New South Wales.
  • Revolution in Haiti

    Revolution in Haiti
    the French Revolution broke out in 1789, there were four distinct sets of interest groups in Saint-Domingue, with distinct sets of interests and even some important distinctions within these many categories (The white,The free people of color, The black slaves,The maroons. There were approximately 20,000 whites, mainly French, in Saint-Domingue.
  • Mexico's Indepence

    Mexico's Indepence
    The struggle for Mexican independence dates back to the decades after the Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire, when Martín Cortés (son of Hernán Cortés and La Malinche) led a revolt against the Spanish colonial government in order to eliminate privileges for the conquistadors. in 1810 arrived at the conclusion that a revolt against the colonial government was needed because of the events of the Peninsular War.
  • Brazil's Independence

    Brazil's Independence
    The Brazilian did not have to fight tooth and nail nor did it create any revolt. The King himself declared in the Grito do Ipiranga, "By my blood, by my honor, and by God: I will make Brazil free" with the motto "Independence or Death!"
  • Battle Of Ayacucho

    Battle Of Ayacucho
    The Battle of Ayacucho was a decisive military encounter during the Peruvian War of Independence. It was the battle that sealed the independence of Peru, as well as the victory that ensured independence for the rest of South America. It is thus also considered the end of the Spanish American wars of independence.
  • Battle of Navarino

    Battle of Navarino
    The naval Battle of Navarino was fought on 20 October 1827, during the Greek War of Independence in Navarino Bay (modern-day Pylos), on the west coast of the Peloponnese peninsula, in the Ionian Sea. A combined Ottoman and Egyptian armada was destroyed by a combined British, French and Russian naval force.
  • Canada's Independence

    Canada's Independence
    Upper and Lower Canada--now known as Ontario and Quebec--were made a single province by the Act of Union. In the 1860s, a movement for a greater Canadian federation grew out of the need for a common defense, the desire for a national railroad system.
  • Mexican-American War

    Mexican-American War
    In addition to a naval blockade off the Mexican coast, American forces invaded and conquered New Mexico, California, and parts of what is currently northern Mexico. Another American army captured Mexico City, forcing Mexico to agree to the sale of its northern territories to the U.S.
  • End of Italian Unification

    End of Italian Unification
    As Napoleon's reign began to fail, other national monarchs he had installed tried to keep their thrones by feeding nationalistic sentiments, setting the stage for the revolutions to come. Joachim Murat, who called for Italian patriots' help for the unification of Italy under his rule.
  • Crimean War

    Crimean War
    Crimean Peninsula between the Russians and the British, French, and Ottoman Turkish, with support, from January 1855, by the army of Sardinia-Piedmont. The war arose from the conflict of great powers in the Middle East and was more directly caused by Russian demands to exercise protection over the Orthodox subjects of the Ottoman sultan
  • Start and End of Civil War

    Start and End of Civil War
    Led by Jefferson Davis, the Confederacy fought for its independence from the United States. The U.S. federal government was supported by twenty mostly-Northern free states in which slavery already had been abolished, and by five slave states that became known as the border states.
  • Austro-Prussian War

    Austro-Prussian War
    German Confederation under the leadership of the Austrian Empire and its German allies on one side and the Kingdom of Prussia with its German allies and Italy on the other, that resulted in Prussian dominance over the German states. In the Italian unification process, this is called the Third Independence War.
  • Franco-Prussian War

    Franco-Prussian War
    The conflict was a culmination of years of tension between the two nations, which finally came to a head over the issue of a Hohenzollern candidate for the vacant Spanish throne, following the deposition of Isabella II. The public release of the Ems Dispatch, which played up alleged insults between the Prussian king and the French ambassador, inflamed public opinion on both sides.
  • Dreyfus Affair in France

    Dreyfus Affair in France
    a young French artillery officer of Alsatian Jewish descent. Sentenced to life imprisonment for allegedly having communicated French military secrets to the German Embassy in Paris, Dreyfus was sent to the penal colony at Devil's Island in French Guiana and placed in solitary confinement.
  • Northern Ireland Becomes Independent

    Northern Ireland Becomes Independent
    Anglo-Irish Treaty established the Irish Free State on 6 December 1922 as a self-governing dominion within the British Commonwealth. It gained increasing sovereignty through the Statute of Westminster and the abdication crisis of 1936.[