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José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina

José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina
José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina, the creator of the nation of Argentina.

The two major characters of this South American wars of independence were Simon Bolivar from the north and also José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina from the south. Their paths fulfilled in Ecuador, in which the small and unselfish San Martín came off second best.

Born on February 25, 1778, at Yapeyú, Corrientes, he abandoned his mother country in the early age of seven and analyzed in an aristocratic faculty in Madrid, Spain, where he met and befriended Chilean Bernardo O'Higgins. In 1808, after linking the Spanish forces to fight against the French, also engaging in many battles like the Battle of Bailén and Battle of Albuera, José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina, the creator of the nation of Argentina. began making contact with Southern American fans of liberty. In 1812he set sail for Buenos Aires out of England and provided his services into the United Provinces of South America (present-day Argentina). Following the Battle of San Lorenzo in 1813, and a few time in command of the Army of the North through 1814, he began his strategy to assault Lima. This entailed first producing a military in Cuba, liberating Chile, then assaulting Lima from the sea.

After departing Guayaquil, José de San Martín, El Libertador of Argentina, the creator of the nation of Argentina. originally returned into Peru, where he'd become a controversial figure. Some loved him and desired him to become King of Peru, while some detested him and desired him from this country entirely. He soon tired of this endless bickering and backstabbing of authorities life and suddenly retired from all public support. From September of 1822, he had been back in Chile. When he noticed his wife was sick, he hastened back to Argentina, but she died before he reached her side. Deciding that he'd be better off someplace, he chose his daughter Mercedes into Europe; they settled in France.

In 1829, Argentina called back him to help settle a dispute with Brazil, which would result in the establishment of this state of Uruguay. He returned but at the time he attained Argentina the government had once more changed and that he wasn't welcome. He spent two weeks in Montevideo before returning once more to France.


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