Revolutions from Mexico to Chile

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  • Conspiracy

    Conspiracy
    In 1800 to 1805 they were the first conspiracy boards against the viceroyalty.
  • Chile

    Chile
  • First commemoration of September 18

     First commemoration of September 18
    On September 18, the establishment of the first National Government Board is commemorated in 1810. This event marks a precedent for Chile, then a colony of Spain, to start the road to definitive Independence.
  • Pain scream

    Pain scream
    Miguel Hidalgo gives the cry of Dolores and the fight for Independence begins.1810-1811
  • The heads of Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama and Abasolo hang

    The heads of Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama and Abasolo hang
    Heads of Hidalgo, Allende, Aldama and Abasolo hang in Alhondiga de Granaditas.1811-1812
  • The insurgents are defeated

     The insurgents are defeated
    The Battle of the Calderón Bridge (January 17, 1811) was a military victory of the royalists over the Mexican insurgent forces during the Mexican War of Independence, fought for the possession of the Calderón Bridge, in the municipality of Zapotlanejo, about 60 kilometers east of Guadalajara, Mexico.1811-1812
  • José María Morelos takes command of the Independent army

    José María Morelos takes command of the Independent army
    The Taking of Orizaba in 1812 was a military action of the Mexican War of Independence, carried out on October 28, 1812, in the city of Orizaba, Veracruz. The insurgents commanded by General José María Morelos defeated the royalist forces of the royalist leader José Antonio Andrade.1812-1814
  • Congress announces the Constitution of Apatzingán

     Congress announces the Constitution of Apatzingán
    October 22, 1814, promulgation of the Constitution of Apatzingán. ... The Constitutional Decree for the freedom of Mexican America, also known as the Constitution of Apatzingán, was the first drafted in Mexico, promulgated by the Congress of Anahuac, on October 22, 1814, in Apatzingán, Michoacán
  • Battle of Rancagua. The Spanish Reconquest begins, a period that will last until 1817

     Battle of Rancagua. The Spanish Reconquest begins, a period that will last until 1817
    The Spanish Reconquest has been called by national historiography as the period between the defeat of the patriotic forces in Rancagua, on October 1 and 2, 1814, and their subsequent victory in the battle of Chacabuco, on February 12, 1817.
  • Morelos was defeated, taken prisoner and shot

    Morelos was defeated, taken prisoner and shot
    December 22, 1815, General José María Morelos y Pavón was shot in Ecatepec, Edo. ... Once captured, he was transferred to the town of Ecatepec, where three trials were filed, he was demoted from his status as a priest and sentenced to the death penalty.1815-1816
  • The battle of Chacabuco

     The battle of Chacabuco
    The battle of Chacabuco was a decisive contest for the Independence of Chile in which the Army of the Andes fought, made up of troops from the United Provinces of Río de la Plata and Chilean exiles in Mendoza, and the Royalist Army, resulting in a firm victory for the independence party commanded by General José de San Martín.
  • Declaration of Independence

     Declaration of Independence
    The Act of Independence of Chile is the document by which Chile solemnly declared its independence from the Spanish Monarchy. It was dated in the city of Concepción on January 1, 1818, and approved and signed by the supreme director Bernardo O'Higgins in Talca on the following February 2
  • Battle of Maipú

     Battle of Maipú
    The Battle of Maipú, also known as the Battle of Maipo, was a decisive armed confrontation within the context of the Chilean War of Independence
  • Mina, Mier, Terán, Gerrero and Torres, continued the fight for Independence

     Mina, Mier, Terán, Gerrero and Torres, continued the fight for Independence
    December 22, 1815, General José María Morelos y Pavón was shot in Ecatepec, Edo. ... Once captured, he was transferred to the town of Ecatepec, where 3 processes were formed, he was demoted from his priesthood and sentenced to the death penalty.1817-1820
  • Agustín de Iturbide promulgated the Plan of Iguala

     Agustín de Iturbide promulgated the Plan of Iguala
    The Plan of Iguala established the bases to achieve the consummation of the Independence of Mexico, united the Royalist and Insurgent Forces, by forming between them, the Trigarante Army or the Three Guarantees, Religion, Union and Independence1821-1822
  • The Trigarante army triumphs and Mexico is an independent country

    The Trigarante army triumphs and Mexico is an independent country
    On February 24, 1821, the official decree of the creation of this army was made, after the appearance of the Plan of Iguala. It was called Trigarante due to the three guarantees it defended: Catholic religion, Independence of Mexico towards Spain and Union between the war sides. ... Mexico finally became independent
  • Juan O 'Donojú signs the Córdoba Treaty Juan O 'Donojú signs the Córdoba Treaty

     Juan O 'Donojú signs the Córdoba Treaty Juan O 'Donojú signs the Córdoba Treaty
    On August 24 of each year, the signing of the "Treaties of Córdoba" is celebrated, an event that occurred in 1821. ... On July 30, 1821, Captain General Juan O'Donojú, viceroy of New Spain, who found Mexican independence almost a given.1821-1822
  • It is established that the festivities to be celebrated are: February 12, April 5 and September 18.

     It is established that the festivities to be celebrated are: February 12, April 5 and September 18.
    The original purpose of September 18 was to celebrate the anniversary of the First National Board of Government (September 18, 1810) .8 Later, April 5 (Battle of Maipú, 1818) was added as patriotic holidays in 1819 and on February 12 (Declaration of Independence, 1818) in 1821
  • April 5 is eliminated as a public holiday, leaving only September 18 and February 12 as national holidays

     April 5 is eliminated as a public holiday, leaving only September 18 and February 12 as national holidays
  • José Joaquín Prieto assumes the Presidency of the Republic; Minister of the Interior, Diego Portales

     José Joaquín Prieto assumes the Presidency of the Republic; Minister of the Interior, Diego Portales
    He was a Chilean military and politician. He was president of the Republic of Chile between 1831 and 1836, being reelected for the immediately following period between 1836 and 1841.
  • Promulgation of the Political Constitution of Chile, which will remain in force until 1925

     Promulgation of the Political Constitution of Chile, which will remain in force until 1925
    Political Constitution of the Republic of Chile 1925
    Effective October 18, 1925
    Signatory (s) Arturo Alessandri Palma and Ministers of State
    Repeal September 12, 1973 Partial Repeal October 21, 1980 Total Repeal (55 years)
  • September 18 is established as the only celebration of national holidays

     September 18 is established as the only celebration of national holidays
    On September 18, the establishment of the first National Government Board is commemorated in 1810. This event marks a precedent for Chile, then a colony of Spain, to begin the road to definitive Independence.