The soldiers of our land know no luxury, but glory. You will be what you must be, or else you will be nothing. I only want Lions in my regiment.
Battle of Chacabuco The columns that crossed the Andes began to take military actions. In the south, Freire captured Talca.
Las Heras routed royalist outposts in Juncalito and Potrerillos. Royalist commander Rafael Maroto converged his armies on that location as well. This gave the royalists a brief advantage. The battle ended with royalists dead and prisoners, with only 12 deaths and injuries in the Army of the Andes.
Royalist forces still resisted in southern Chile, allied with the mapuches. He did not have a good reception this time. Incapable of financial support, Buenos Aires sent lawyer Manuel Aguirre to the United States, to request aid and acknowledge the declaration of independence. However, the mission failed, as the United States stayed neutral in the conflict because they negotiated the purchase of Florida with Spain.
He returned to Chile; his wife Remedios stayed in Buenos Aires with her daughter Mercedes because of her health problems.
The failure to liberate Talcahuano was followed by naval reinforcements from the North. The viceroy of Peru sent Mariano Osorio in an attempt to reconquer Chile.
The royalists would then advance by land to the northern Chile. The Chilean Declaration of Independence was issued on 18 Februaryone year after the battle of Chacabuco. As the patriots had a numeric advantage, 7, against 4, Osorio tried to avoid open battle, and tried instead a stealth operation.
Las Heras managed to retire his army in order, saving his 3, men. The patriots escaped to Santiago. Thanks to Las Heras, a potential disaster for the patriot armies turned into a minor setback. They took position next to the Maipo Rivernear Santiago. Feeling secure of victory, he claimed that "Osorio is clumsier than I thought.
The sun as witness! The patriot artillery on the right fired on the royalist infantry on the left. Manuel Escalada led mounted grenadiers to capture the royalist artillery, turning them against their owners. The firing suddenly ended and royalists began to fight with sword bayonets, under the cries "Long live the king!
Finally, the royalists ended their cries and began to disperse. The cavalry pursued and killed most of them. At the end of the battle, the royalists had been trapped among the units of Las Heras in the west, Alvarado in the middle, Quintana in the east and the cavalries of Zapiola and Freire.Find great deals on eBay for jose de san martin.
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