Battles of the War of the Pacific: Battle of Tacna, Battle of La Concepción, Battle of Arica, Battle of San Juan and Chorrillos

 
9781156048238: Battles of the War of the Pacific: Battle of Tacna, Battle of La Concepción, Battle of Arica, Battle of San Juan and Chorrillos
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: Battle of Tacna, Battle of La Concepción, Battle of Arica, Battle of San Juan and Chorrillos, Battle of San Francisco, Battle of Miraflores, Battle of Pisagua, Battle of Tarapacá, Battle of Huamachuco, Battle of Los Ángeles, Tacna and Arica Campaign, Battle of Sangra, Bombardment of Callao, Battle of Topáter, Battle of Pucará. Excerpt: The Battle of Tacna, also known as the Battle of Alliance Heights (Spanish: Batalla del Alto de la Alianza), effectively destroyed the Peru-Bolivian alliance against Chile, forged by a secret treaty between both countries signed on 1873. On May 26, 1880, the Chilean northern operations army led by General Manuel Baquedano Gonzalez, conclusively defeated a Peru-Bolivian army commanded by Bolivian President, General Narciso Campero, after almost five hours of fierce combat. This battle took place at the Intiorko hill plateau, a few miles north of the Peruvian city of Tacna. As a result of this battle, the Bolivian army returned to its country, and never participated in the conflict again, leaving Peru to fight the rest of the war alone. Also, this victory consolidated the Chilean domain over the Tarapacá Province, territory definitively annexed to Chile after the signing of the Tratado de Ancón (English: Treaty of Ancon), on 1884, which ended the war. Tacna itself would remain under Chilean control until 1929. Battle of Tacna according to Diego Barros Arana's "Guerra del Pacifico"After the Bolivian government has threatened to confiscate and clinch the Chilean Antofagasta Nitrate & Railway Company by a decree on February 1, 1879, a Chilean disembarkation at Antofagasta on February 14 seizes control of the city. Obliged by a secret cooperation treaty signed with Bolivia on February 6, 1873; Perú is forced into the conflict. Although the latter tries to mediate between both nations, Chile...

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