Posteado por: npiedecuesta | abril 18, 2010

THE INDEPENDENCE OF COLOMBIA 705 YERSON CAMILO PULGARIN MENDEZ

THE INDEPENDENCE OF COLOMBIA

The move is part of Latin American independence movements, which in the light of the establishment of Joseph Bonaparte as King of Spain declared its independence from the metropolis. It begins with a series of events led by Antonio Nariño and Camilo Torres Tenorio. Later, led by Simón Bolívar and Francisco de Paula Santander, the struggle for independence is developed in a series of battles from 1810 until he finally succeeded in 1819. The territory occupied by the Viceroyalty of New Granada became a Federal Republic, then known as Gran Colombia in honor of Christopher Columbus, after the Battle of Boyacá (August 7, 1819) and the Congress of Angostura in the same year. The first of its presidents was Simon Bolivar.

The main trigger for the crisis in colonial Latin America was the institutional crisis that emerged in the metropolis when Napoleon Bonaparte won the abdication of Charles IV in favor of Ferdinand VII and the latter in favor of Bonaparte, Joseph Bonaparte being the new king of Spain and its colonies.
Previously, the king of Spain | Carlos III supported the English colonies in their War of Independence, committing the tax authorities and promoting the imposition of new taxes aimed at subsidizing the defense of Spanish interests in the Caribbean. These developments in the 1780s caused a disruption of the pax hispanica that had ruled the Spanish colony since its inception. The Uprising of the villagers in the New Granada and the revolt of Tupac Amaru in Peru show this new reality.
This added to the persecution of people like Antonio Nariño, who had translated and published the declaration of human rights for distribution in Santa Fe and the case made little Camilo Torres Tenorio who had published a series of letters grouped as the Memorial of Grievances increased the discontent of the Creoles in the political
The main trigger for the crisis in colonial Latin America was the institutional crisis that emerged in the metropolis when Napoleon Bonaparte won the abdication of Charles IV in favor of Ferdinand VII and the latter in favor of Bonaparte, Joseph Bonaparte being the new king of Spain and its colonies.
Previously, the king of Spain | Carlos III supported the English colonies in their War of Independence, committing the tax authorities and promoting the imposition of new taxes aimed at subsidizing the defense of Spanish interests in the Caribbean. These developments in the 1780s caused a disruption of the peace that had ruled Hispanic to the Spanish colonies since creation. The Uprising of the villagers in the New Granada and the revolt of Tupac Amaru in Peru show this new reality.
This added to the persecution of people like Antonio Nariño, who had translated and published the declaration of human rights for distribution in Santa Fe and the case made little Camilo Torres Tenorio who had published a series of letters grouped as the Memorial of Grievances increased the discontent of the Creoles in politics …


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