When was the Latin American revolution?
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Furthermore, how did the Latin American Revolution start?
The Spread of Revolution. The Latin American Wars of Independence, which took place during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, were deeply influenced by the American and French Revolutions and resulted in the creation of a number of independent countries in Latin America.
Furthermore, how did the Latin American revolution impact the world? Immediate effects of the revolutions included freedom and independence for the people of the liberated countries. However, in the long term, poor governance of the liberated countries led to instability and increasing poverty in those areas.
Keeping this in view, who fought in the Latin American revolution?
Haiti, a French slave colony, was the first to follow the United States to independence, during the Haitian Revolution. Creoles in South America, led by Simon Bolivar, followed with revolutions of their own gaining independence for the rest of Latin America.
What were the major events and who were the major figures in Latin American revolutions?
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- Francois. leader of Haitian revolution; formerly a slave, freed Haiti.
- Simon Bolivar. liberator from Venezuela; led many colonies to independence, crushed Spain's power in South America.
- Jose de San Martin.
- Miguel Hidalgo.
- Dom Pedro.