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Chilean Civil War Of 1891
The Chilean Civil War
War
of 1891, also known as Revolution of 1891 was an armed conflict between forces supporting Congress and forces supporting the President, José Manuel Balmaceda. The war saw a confrontation between the Chilean Army
Chilean Army
and the Chilean Navy, which sided with the president and the congress, respectively
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Chilean Civil War Of 1829–1830
Pelucones Military of ChileChilean Army Chilean Navy PipiolosCommanders and leadersJoaquín Prieto Manuel Bulnes Ramón Freire Francisco de la LastraHistory of ChileEarly historyMonte Verde Early Mapuches Incas in ChileColonial timesConquest Colonial Chile Captaincy General Arauco WarNation-buildingPatria Vieja War of Independence Reconquest Patria Nueva Civil war (1829–30) War of the ConfederationRepublican period Conservative
Conservative
Republic Liberal Republic War of the PacificParliamentary period1891 Chilean Civil War Parlia
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Chilean Navy
25,000 personnel 71 vessels 4 submarines 8 frigates 4 corvettes 3 fast attack craft 8 patrol boat 4amphibious warfare ship 39 auxiliary shipMotto(s) Vencer o Morir ("Victory or Death")March Brazas a ceñir (Braces to be close-hauled) by WO1 Luis Mella Toro (Official hymn)Anniversaries 21 May, Día de las Glorias Navales ( Navy
Navy
Day)Engagements Chilean War of Independence Peruvian War of Independence War of the Confederation Chincha Islands War War of the Pacific Panama Crisis of 1885 1891 Chilean Civil War 1978 Beagle Canal ConflictCommandersCommander in Chief of the Navy
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Itata Incident
American victoryChilean ship and crew capturedBelligerents United States Congressionist JuntaCommanders and leaders W.P. McCann George Brown George Gard UnknownStrength U.S. Navy U.S. Marshal Service Navy of Chile Army of Chile
Chile
rebelsCasualties and lossesNone Unknown 1 ship captured 5,000 rifles seized Unknown number of Chilean soldiers capturedv t e1891 Chilean Civil WarHuara Itata Incident Iquique
Iquique
Custom House Pozo Almonte Baltimore Crisis Caldera Bay Vallenar Concón Lo Cañas Massacre PlacillaThe Itata incident
Itata incident
was a diplomatic affair and military incident involving the United States
United States
and Chilean insurgents during the 1891 Chilean Civil War
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Battle Of Pozo Almonte
The Battle of Pozo Almonte
Pozo Almonte
was an engagement fought during the 1891 Chilean Civil War between Balmacedist and Congressional forces on 6 March 1891. The Congressist victory in the battle eventually lead the junta to control all of northern Chile. References[edit]^ a b Encina & Castedo, pp. 54Bibliography[edit]Francisco Antonio Encina & Leopoldo Castedo (2006). Historia de Chile. Balmaceda y la Guerra Civil. Tomo IX. Santiago de Chile: Editorial Santiago
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Baltimore Crisis
The Baltimore crisis
Baltimore crisis
was a diplomatic incident that took place between Chile
Chile
and the United States, after the 1891 Chilean Civil War, as a result of the growing American influence in Pacific Coast region of Latin America in the 1890s. It marked a dramatic shift in United States– Chile
Chile
relations. It was triggered by the stabbing of two United States
United States
Navy sailors from USS Baltimore in front of the "True Blue Saloon" in Valparaíso
Valparaíso
on October 16, 1891. The United States government demanded an apology
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Battle Of Caldera Bay
The Battle of Caldera Bay, or the Sinking of the Blanco Encalada, was an engagement fought in the port of Caldera Bay
Caldera Bay
during the 1891 Chilean Civil War between Balmacedist and Congressional naval forces on 23 April 1891. It involved two Balmacedist torpedo boats, Almirante Lynch and Almirante Condell, and the Congressional armored frigate Blanco Encalada. After both torpedoes from Almirante Condell had missed, Blanco Encalada was hit by a torpedo from Almirante Lynch and sank in minutes, with the loss of 182 men. The loss of Blanco Encalada hindered the Congressional forces, but they ultimately defeated the Balmacedist forces that August. Blanco Encalada was the first ironclad warship lost to a self-propelled torpedo
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Battle Of Placilla
The Battle of Placilla
Placilla
was an engagement fought during the 1891 Chilean Civil War between Balmacedist and Congressional forces on 28 August 1891. The Congressist victory in the battle essentially decided the fate of the war. Congressist troops entered Santiago on August 30. President José Manuel Balmaceda
José Manuel Balmaceda
committed suicide inside the Argentine embassy of Santiago in September 19. References[edit]This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed
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War
War
War
is a state of armed conflict between states or societies. It is generally characterized by extreme aggression, destruction, and mortality, using regular or irregular military forces. An absence of war is usually called "peace". Warfare refers to the common activities and characteristics of types of war, or of wars in general.[1] Total war is warfare that is not restricted to purely legitimate military targets, and can result in massive civilian or other non-combatant suffering and casualties. While some scholars see war as a universal and ancestral aspect of human nature,[2] others argue it is a result of specific socio-cultural or ecological circumstances.[3] The deadliest war in history, in terms of the cumulative number of deaths since its start, is World War
War
II, from 1939 to 1945, with 60–85 million deaths, followed by the Mongol conquests[4] at up to 60 million
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Congress Of Chile
Government Chile
Chile
Vamos     UDI (9)      RN (8)      EVOPOLI (2)OppositionNew Majority     PS (7)      PPD (7)      PRSD (1)Democratic Covergence     DC (6)Broad Front     RD (1)For All Chile     País
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President Of Chile
The President of the Republic of Chile
Chile
(Spanish: Presidente de la República de Chile) is the head of state and the head of government of the Republic of Chile. The President is responsible for both the Chilean government and state administration.[1] Although its role and significance has changed over the history of Chile, as well as its position and relations with other actors in the national political organization, it is one of the most prominent political figures. It is also considered as one of the institutions that make up the "Historic Constitution of Chile", and is essential to the country's political stability.[2] Under the current Constitution (adopted in 1980), the President serves a four-year term, with immediate re-election being prohibited. The shorter period (previously the term was six years) allows for parliamentary and presidential elections to be synchronized
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Chilean Army
The Chilean Army
Army
(Spanish: Ejército de Chile) is the land arm of the Military of Chile. This 50,000 army (9,200 of which are conscripts)[2] is organized into six divisions, a special operations brigade and an air brigade. In recent years, and after several major reequipment programs, the Chilean Army
Army
has become one of the most technologically advanced and professional armies in America.[3][4] The Chilean Army
Army
is mostly supplied with equipment from Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United States, Israel, France, and Spain.Contents1 History1.1 Colonial warfare 1.2 19th century1.2.1 Independence War 1.2.2 Guardia Nacional 1.2.3 War of the Confederation 1.2.4 Occupation of Araucanía 1.2.5 War of the Pacific 1.2.6 Military emulation 1885–19141.3 20th century1.3.1 Milicia Republicana 1.3.2 U.S
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Suicide
Suicide
Suicide
is the act of intentionally causing one's own death.[6] Risk factors include mental disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance abuse, including alcoholism and use of benzodiazepines.[2][4][7] Other suicides are impulsive acts due to stress such as from financial difficulties, troubles with relationships, or from bullying.[2][8] Those who have previously attempted suicide are at higher risk for future attempts.[2]
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Le Petit Journal (newspaper)
Le Petit Journal was a conservative daily Parisian newspaper founded by Moïse Polydore Millaud; published from 1863 to 1944. Together with Le Petit Parisien, Le Matin, and Le Journal, it was one of the four major French dailies. In 1890, during the Boulangiste
Boulangiste
crisis, its circulation first reached one million copies. Five years later, it had a circulation of two million copies, making it the world's largest newspaper.[1]Contents1 History1.1 Early years 1.2 Later years and decline2 Description and contents 3 Promotional events3.1 Paris–Brest– Paris
Paris
cycle race 3.2 Paris-Belfort running race 3.3 Paris–Rouen
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Liberal Republic
Liberal Republic
Liberal Republic
is a period of the History of Chile
History of Chile
that extends between 1861 and 1891. It characterized by the rise of the liberal people, after the division of the conservative party
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History Of Chile During The Parliamentary Era (1891–1925)
The Parliamentary Era in Chile
Chile
began in 1891, at the end of the Civil War, and spanned until 1925 and the establishment of the 1925 Constitution. Also called "pseudo-parliamentary" period or "Parliamentary Republic", this period was thus named because it established a quasi-parliamentary system based on the interpretation of the 1833 Constitution following the defeat of President José Manuel Balmaceda during the Civil War. As opposed to a "true parliamentary" system, the executive was not subject to the legislative power but checks and balances of executive over the legislature were weakened. The President remained the head of state but its powers and control of the government were reduced. The Parliamentary Republic lasted until the 1925 Constitution drafted by President Arturo Alessandri
Arturo Alessandri
and his minister José Maza
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