History of Great Argentina | The History of Argentine


it seems that the history of Argentina is divided by historians into four main ports pre-columbian time the colonial period the period of national ding and the history of modern Argentina it seems that the first human settlements existed in southern Patagonia around 13,000 years ago on these land people were hunters food gatherers or farmers first Europeans here were Portuguese and they arrived in the region in 1502 around 1512.

History of Great Argentina  The History of Argentine

Portuguese discovered the Rio de la Plata in present-day Argentina and 50:36 Pedro de Mendoza established a small settlement at modern location of Buenos Aires which was abandoned in 1541 southern Central America was dominated by Spanish in the next decades some regions of today Argentina were part of the Viceroyalty of Peru a Spanish colony it was something different in this part of the continent unlike the other regions of South America.

the colonization of the Rio de la Plata was not influenced by any gold rush there were not any precious metals the Spanish establish the Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata in 1776 this year is so familiar anyway Colony consisted of today’s Argentina Paraguay Bolivia and Uruguay when Osiris developed and became a flourishing port Spain declined.

some countries which were former colonies of Spain after Napoleon campaign in Spain colonies tried to achieve their independence Great Britain tried to invade – Aires and Montevideo but they felt there are many attempts to remove the local authorities the Argentine war of independence was fought between 1810 and 1818 between local Patriots and Spanish Royalists.

History of Great Argentina

The History of Argentine

the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata transport in Confederation of Argentina and then the Republic of Argentina the defeat of the Spanish was followed by a long civil war between Unitarians and Federalists instability existed here until 1880 a federal state was formed in 1853 to 1861 known today as the Republic of Argentina in World War one Argentina was neutral despite.

the United States urging them to declare war against the Central Powers neutrality enabled Argentina to export goods to Europe in particular to great the Germans sang to Argentine civilian ships this led just to the expulsion of the German ambassador Argentina developed and many Europeans migrated here economy was good and stable until the Great Depression after that in the World War two period.

History of Great Argentina

the government was close to joining the Allies but people fear that a spread of communism in their country and the desire was to say neutral as in World War one after a coup d’etat in 1943 juan domingo perón emerged as the leader of the country argentina broke diplomatic relations with Axis powers it was in the interest of Argentina to be attached to the winning side so they declared war on Germany.

in the last months of the conflict instability was present here the power was change in 1955 in 1973 Peron came again but died in 74 Marxist revolutions happened and the military took power in 1976 in 1981 General Videla was succeeded as a president by General Robert of Varela and he was be replaced by general El Pollo gaultieri he warded to the military 1982 to occupy the Falklands Island a territory occupied by the United Kingdom.

of Great Argentina  The History of Argentine

in a t-33 Argentine forces had been defeated the leader resigned and democratic elections were made the economic situation was not good due to the instability which existed through the decades but after 1991 the economy instability increased under Manila regime if the new formed country had just 1 million people back in the 1800s today Argentina has more than 43 million people.

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