Liberators: Latin America's struggle for independence, 1810-1830

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Overlook Press, Oct 2, 2000 - History - 561 pages
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The definitive history of Latin America's break from Europe follows seven extraordinary young men who made it possible. Their fight is one of the greatest and least-known epics of history, told in "Liberators" in unprecedented detail. 38 photos. 6 maps.

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Liberators: Latin America's struggle for independence, 1810-1830

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The independence of the Latin American colonies from Spanish and Portuguese rule in the first quarter of the 19th century is both a complicated and a fascinating history. One element common to the ... Read full review

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If you knew nothing about the history of America it is a good start to change that. Interesting and reads well. Read full review

Contents

Prologue I
1
The Turncoat
19
The Revolutionary
33
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Robert Harvey is a former British MP who spent nine years on the foreign staff of "The Economist," where he became assistant editor. He lives in Powys, Wales and London.

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