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  1. 4 de may. de 2022 · El emperador que Napoleón III les tenía listo, fue Maximiliano (Viena 1832-Querétaro, México 1867) archiduque de Austria, hermano del emperador de ese país. Como se tenía previsto, los...

  2. La segunda intervención francesa en México fue un conflicto armado entre México y Francia entre los años 1862 y 1867. Tuvo lugar después de que el Gobierno mexicano, encabezado por Benito Juárez, anunciara la suspensión de los pagos de la deuda externa en 1861. Como respuesta, Francia, Reino Unido y España formaron una alianza llamada Convención de Londres y anunciaron su intención de enviar tropas a México. El Gobierno mexicano derogó la Ley de Suspensión de Pagos ...

    • 20 000 muertos, 8000 muertos, 3000 muertos
    • México
    • Beginnings
    • Diplomatic Relations Suspended
    • The Expedition Launched
    • The Convention of La Soledad
    • Military Operations Take Over
    • The Battle of Puebla
    • The Proclamation of Empire
    • The French Push Through Mexico
    • Maximilian Arrives in Mexico
    • The “Black Decree” and The End

    This timeline forms part of our close-up on: the Mexican campaign, 1862-1867. 6 July 1832: Ferdinand Maximilian, second son of Archduke Franz Karl and Princess Sophie of Bavaria, was born in Schönbrunn, Austria. Sophie was known to have been close to the Duke of Reichstadt, son of Napoleon I, and it was rumoured that Maximilian was actually the son...

    25 July 1861: In reaction to the moratorium on loan repayments, Britain and France suspended diplomatic relations with Mexico. 27 July 1861: Jean Pierre Isidore Alphonse Dubois de Saligny, the French ambassador in Mexico, explained in a letter to Édouard Antoine Thouvenel, French Minister of Foreign Affairs, that he and sir Charles Wyke, the Britis...

    12 – 29 November 1861: The first troops from the French contingent of the expeditionary force left France. 29 November 1861: Spanish troops, having already crossed the Atlantic, left Havana, Cuba, in direction of Veracruz. 8 December 1861: A force of 6,000 Spanish troops, lead by general Prim, anchored off Velacruz. 14 December 1861: The Spanish is...

    19 February, 1862: The Convention of La Soledad was signed, agreed by General Prim as the allied representative. The convention recognised the Mexican Republican government, and confirmed that the allied expedition had no interest in interfering with the ruling powers in Mexico. Further talks were set for 15 April 1862 in order to discuss the debt ...

    19 April 1862: The first military confrontation, at Fortin, took place, during which five Mexican soldiers were killed. 20 April 1862: A declaration was made by France, announcing a state of war between France and Mexico. The French army occupied Orizaba. 25 April 1862: An official letter from France criticised Jurien de la Gravière for having sign...

    16 March 1863: Once again the French set out to capture Puebla. 22 March 1863: The first key advance made during the siege of Puebla was the Battle of Cholula, which saw the French troops defeat the Mexican forces in front of them: 200 Mexican troops were killed and wounded. A week later, on 29 March 1863, the fort of San Javier was captured by Fre...

    By 4 June 1863, French troops were at the gates of Mexico City. 10 June 1863: French troops, under General Bazaine, entered the city in triumph and a new imperialist government was proclaimed. 10 July 1863: The “Proclamation of Empire” was issued, and the new government was given the title of “Regency of the Empire”. With the French presence instal...

    24 October 1863: General Forey set sail from Vera Cruz. 19 November 1863: As part of French attempts to seize Republican strongholds, Queretaro (just over 200km north-west of Mexico City) was occupied. On 24 November, General de Castagny captured Acámbaro, south-west of Queretaro. 30 November 1863: General Berthier, at the head of a French force, c...

    28 May 1864: Maximilian and Charlotte arrived off Veracruz, weighing anchor at 2pm. 29 May 1864: At 5am, Maximilian and Charlotte disembarked and arrived in Veracruz. The couple proceeded on to Cordoba, arriving just before midnight. 30 May 1864: The imperial couple arrived in Orizaba, before reaching Santa Maria de Guadeloupe, on the outskirts of ...

    3 October 1865: Maximilian announced the Black Decree, ordering the execution any Mexicans who bore arms against the imperial regime and refused to surrender. Decidedly dishonourable in military terms, the decree soured relations with the French forces and intensified the struggle between Liberals and Imperials. 21 October 1865: Following a Liberal...

  3. 16 de feb. de 2020 · El conde Lorencez y Napoleón III pensaron que este ejército expedicionario sería suficiente para doblegar al nuevo gobierno mexicano, y no era descabellado pues las condiciones sociales y sobre todo económicas del país vaticinaban un rápido avance hacia la capital, Ciudad de México, desde su base en Veracruz.

  4. La Intervención de Francia en México por Napoleón III (1861-1867) ¿Sabías que la famosa Intervención Francesa de Puebla se inicia porque Juárez debía dinero? Esta investigación, te acerca a un episodio histórico como no cuenta en las Escuelas. ¿Sabías que la famosa Intervención Francesa de Puebla se inicia porque Juárez debía dinero?

  5. Napoleón III Bonaparte fue el único presidente de la Segunda República Francesa y, posteriormente, emperador de los franceses entre 1852 y 1870, siendo el último monarca de Francia. Hijo de Luis Bonaparte y Hortensia de Beauharnais, nació en el seno de la Casa de Bonaparte. Debido a su parentesco con su tío Napoleón Bonaparte, se convirtió en el heredero legítimo de los derechos dinásticos tras las muertes sucesivas de su hermano mayor y de Napoleón II. Su filosofía política era ...