Independence revolution

Timeline created by Arias E9I
In History
  • Argentina

    Argentina
    Buenos Aires 3 failed attempts
  • Chile

    Chile
    First Junta
    September 18th
    Royalist victory in Rancagua
  • Peru

    Peru
    The Independence of Peru was an important chapter in the Spanish American wars of independence.
  • Paraguay

    Paraguay
    The Revolution of May 1811 was the bloodless civic-military action that took place in Asunción, Paraguay, on May 14 and 15, 1811, by which two fellow members, Dr. José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia and Juan Valeriano de Zeballos.
  • Paraguay

    Paraguay
    Asunción
    Spontaneous Revolution set Paraguay free
  • Chile

    Chile
    O' Higgins ran away to Mendoza Argentina
  • Chile

    Chile
    Battle of Maipú
    Royalist victory
    Cancha Rayada
  • Argentina

    Argentina
    ARGENTINA
    Final victory
    Febrary 1st, 1820
    Battle of Ceped
  • Peru

    Peru
    San Martín
    arrives to Lima
  • Peru

    Peru
    San Martín Declares the Independence
  • Simón Bolivar

    Simón Bolivar
    Liberator, President of Gran Colombia
  • José de San Martín

    José de San Martín
    San Martin gave Bolivar the initiative of the war
  • Simón Bolivar

    Simón Bolivar
    Guayaquil July 26th & 27th, 1822
  • Peru

    Peru
    battle of junin battle of Ayacucho
  • Peru

    Peru
    Final victory
    December 9th, 1824
  • Uruguay

    Uruguay
    Uruguay entered in a war with Brazil
  • Uruguay

    Uruguay
    URUGUAY
    Final victory
    1828
  • Chile

    Chile
    It was a rebellion that occurred in Chile that aimed to overthrow the government of President Manuel Montt and repeal the Constitution of 1833, which established a presidential and one-party government
  • Uruguay

    Uruguay
    the Revolution of 1904 was the last civil war to be experienced in Uruguay, as well as the bloodiest and most decisive in the country's fortunes in the 20th century, the end of which determined, among other consequences, a new order such as the imposition of values eminently urban and intellectual - embodied by José
  • ARGENTINA

    ARGENTINA
    The coup d'état of June 4, 1943 took place in the national context of the so-called Infamous Decade, which preceded it, and in the final years of World War II.