Operation Timeline: Mexico

  • The Congregation

    Hidalgo invites the congregation to join the movement.
  • Alhóndiga de Granaditas

    The insurgent army invades the Alhóndiga de Granaditas. Where the city is taken.
  • New Lieutenant

    Morelos is called lieutenant, making him the leader of the movement at the south.
  • Monte de las Cruces

    Victory of the insurgent army in the Monete de las Cruces
  • Abolition of Slavery

    Hidalgo enters Guadalajara, where slavery is finally abolished.
  • Hidalgo Dies

    Miguel Hidalgo is killed by three men in a shooting.
  • Oaxaca

    Morelos Takes Oaxaca.
  • Acapulco

    Morelos takes Acapulco
  • Sentimientos de la Nación.

    The feelings of the nation was a document presented by Jose María Morelos y Pavón in september 14.
  • Constitución de Apatzingán

    The Constitution of Apatazingán was a document presented by José María Moleros y Pavón. It proposed two particular things: Equality between citizens and the division of powers.
  • Guerrero Falls

    Vicente Guerrero is finally defeated.
  • Plan de Iguala

    After leaving Mexico to find Guerrero, Iturbide proclai the "Plan de Iguala" with him and organize the "ejército Trigarante".
  • Plan de Iguala

    The Plan de Iguala was a document presented by Agustín de Iturbide and Vicente Guerrero, it defended catholic religion, unification and equality of the people and the independence.
  • Tratado de Córdoba

    O´Donojú signs the treatment of Córdoba.
  • Declaration of Independence

    The declartion of independence was a document presented by Agustín de Iturbide, Anastasio Bustamante & many other people, with the objective to state that Mexico was no longer owned by Spain or by any other country.
  • iturbide's last day

    Iturbide, who earlier declared himself emperor of the new Mexican state, is deposed by his former aide, Guadaluppe Victoria then becomes the first elected president.
  • Santa Anna becomes president

    Santa Anna becomes president after leading the resistance against Spain’s attempt to recapture Mexico in 1829.
    The man's strong centralist policies encourage the increasing ire of residents of Texas, then still part of Mexico, who declare their independence in 1836. After attempting to quell the rebellion in Texas, Santa Anna’s forces are decisively defeated by those of rebel leader Sam Houston at the Battle of San Jacinto in April 1836. Humbled, he is forced to resign power by 1844
  • USA against Mexico

    As a result of the continuing dispute over Texas, frictions between the U.S. and Mexican residents of the region, and a desire to acquire land in New Mexico and California, the U.S. declares war on Mexico.
  • Road to Revolution

    Benito Júarez, a Zapotec Indian, emerges from the War of the Reform as the champion of the victorious liberals