History Studies



Argentine Military Dictatorship (1976 – 1983) History, Causes & Effects

Argentine Military Dictatorship (1976 – 1983) History, Causes & Effects

The Argentine military dictatorship, also called the National Reorganization Process, was a civic-military dictatorship that occurred in Argentina between 1976 and 1983.

This happened after the military coup that overthrew the government of María Estela Martínez de Perón, immediately installing a military junta that had Jorge Videla as de-facto president.





Patria Vieja: History, Causes & Consequences

Patria Vieja: History, Causes & Consequences

With Patria Vieja, it refers to the stage of political and military conflicts that broke out in Chile from the First National Government Junta, in 1810, until the Battle of Rancagua in 1814, which gave rise to the Spanish Reconquest.



Colombian Declaration of Independence (1810) – History, Causes & Consequences

Colombian Declaration of Independence (1810) – History, Causes & Consequences

Independence of Colombia is called the political and military process that allowed the Viceroyalty of New Granada to be separated from the Spanish Empire.

This process began on July 20, 1810, when the Creoles of Bogotá formed a government junta that displaced the Spanish viceroy from power. It ended in 1822, after Simón Bolívar defeated the royalists and formed Gran Colombia, which integrated Nueva Granada, Venezuela and Ecuador into a single state.


Cristero War: History, Causes & Consequences

Cristero War: History, Causes & Consequences

The Cristero war or Cristero Rebellion were a series of armed conflicts, which occurred in Mexico between 1926 and 1929, in which the Mexican State and the Catholics faced each other, due to the harsh prohibitions and policies imposed on the church.