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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: 1810 in Argentina, 1810 in Australia, 1810 in Bolivia, 1810 in Canada, 1810 in Chile, 181... Weiterlesen
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: 1810 in Argentina, 1810 in Australia, 1810 in Bolivia, 1810 in Canada, 1810 in Chile, 1810 in Denmark, 1810 in England, 1810 in France, 1810 in Germany, 1810 in Greece, 1810 in Ireland, 1810 in Mexico, 1810 in New Zealand, 1810 in Norway, 1810 in Portugal, 1810 in Scotland, 1810 in South Africa, 1810 in Spain, 1810 in Sweden, 1810 in Wales, 1810 in international relations, 1810 in the United Kingdom, 1810 in the United States, Macon's Bill Number 2, May Revolution, Bremen-Verden, Battle of Grand Port, Primera Junta, Government Junta of Chile, Battle of Bussaco, Battle of Fuengirola, Battle of the Côa, List of sovereign states in 1810, Siege of Astorga, List of state leaders in 1810, 1810 Crete earthquake, 7th Parliament of Lower Canada, Battle of Suipacha, 5th Parliament of Upper Canada, El Pípila, Honours Suppression decree, Liniers Counter-revolution, Combat of Barquilla, 6th Parliament of Lower Canada, Siege of Almeida, 1810 English cricket season, Swedish Act of Succession, 9th General Assembly of Nova Scotia, Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, Vere Street Coterie, Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae et Insulae Van Diemen, Paisley canal disaster, List of colonial governors in 1810, 5th New Brunswick Legislative Assembly, Gazeta de Buenos Ayres, Treaty of Paris, 1810 United States Census, Court of Session Act 1810. Excerpt: The May Revolution (Spanish: ) was a week-long series of events that took place from May 18 to May 25, 1810, in Buenos Aires, capital of the Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata, a colony of the Spanish Empire which included the present-day nations of Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. The result was the ousting of Viceroy Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros and the establishment of a local government, the Primera Junta (First Junta), on May 25. These events are commemorated in Argentina as "May Week" (Spanish: ). The May Revolution was a direct reaction to Spain's Peninsular War during the previous two years. In 1808 the Spanish king, Ferdinand VII, abdicated in favor of Napoleon, who granted the throne to his brother, Joseph Bonaparte. A Supreme Central Junta led resistance to Joseph's government and the French occupation of Spain, but eventually suffered a series of reversals that resulted in the loss of the northern half of the country. On February 1, 1810, French troops took Seville and gained control of most of Andalusia. The Supreme Junta retreated to Cádiz and dissolved in favor of a Regency Council of Spain and the Indies. News of these events arrived in Buenos Aires on May 18 via British ships bringing newspapers from Spain and the rest of Europe. Viceroy Cisneros tried to conceal the news in order to maintain the political status quo, but a group of criollo lawyers and military officials organized an open cabildo (an extraordinary meeting of notables of the city) on May 22 to decide the future of the Viceroyalty. Delegates denied recognition to the Council of Regency in Spain and established a junta to govern in place of Cisneros, since the government that appointed him Viceroy no longer existed. To maintain a sense of continuity, Cisneros was initially appointed as the President of the Junta. However, this caused a great deal of popular unrest, so Cisneros resigned under pressure on May 25. The newly formed Primera Junta invited other cities of the Vicero

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Titel: 1810 by country
Untertitel: 1810 in Argentina, 1810 in Australia, 1810 in Bolivia, 1810 in Canada, 1810 in Chile, 1810 in Denmark, 1810 in England, 1810 in France, 1810 in Germany, 1810 in Greece, 1810 in Ireland, 1810 in Mexico, 1810 in New Zealand, 1810 in Norway
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EAN: 9781155998053
ISBN: 1155998057
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 56
Gewicht: 503g
Größe: H246mm x B189mm x T3mm
Jahr: 2011