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About Battle of Carabobo
The battle of Carabobo was fought among the independent fighters which were led by Simon Bolivar and Marshal Miguel de la Torre which led to the independence of Venezuela. The Battle of Carabobo Day will be celebrated in June 24th in Venezuela and is also called "Army Day" in Venezuela. Venezuela has been freed from the Spanish during the Latin American wars of independence. Gen Pablo Morillo has been signed with the Simon Bolivar an armistice commander in the South America in the year 1820 in the month of November. However the agreement has been broken against by the royalist garrison on the Lake Maracaibo. To get the victory over the Spaniards there was an numerically superior army under the Gen de la Torre and Bolivar made an announcement of the republic of Gran Colombia, the Panama and the Ecuador. Under the command of Simon Bolivar and Jose Antonio Paez there was a revolutionary army. Thus Bolivar entered Caracus and ensured the independence of Venezuela was ensured.
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