The Peruvian Civil War of 1843-1844 was the second internal conflict in 19th century Peru (after the Peruvian civil war of 1834). It was fought between the government forces of Vivanco and Echenique against the revolutionaries led by Domingo Nieto and Ramon Castilla. A battle was fought at Pachia in Tacna on August 29, 1843. A clash occurred at San Antonio, Moquegua on October 27, 1843. Domingo Nieto died on February 17, 1844. From June 17 to June 29, 1844, fighting occurred in the capital Lima between the government and supporters of Domingo Elías. A final clash occurred at Carmen Alto on July 22, 1844.

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  • La guerra civil peruana de 1843-1844, conocida también como la revolución constitucional de 1843-1844, fue un conflicto que enfrentó a las fuerzas revolucionarias o constitucionales encabezadas por los generales Ramón Castilla y Domingo Nieto y las fuerzas directoriales o gobiernistas del general Manuel Ignacio de Vivanco, entonces Supremo Director de la República. La batalla final se libró en Carmen Alto, cerca de Arequipa, donde vencieron los constitucionales, quienes pusieron así fin a la anarquía que reinaba en el país desde 1842 y entregaron el poder a quien legítimamente le correspondía, el presidente del Consejo de Estado Manuel Menéndez. (es)
  • The Peruvian Civil War of 1843-1844 was the second internal conflict in 19th century Peru (after the Peruvian civil war of 1834). It was fought between the government forces of Vivanco and Echenique against the revolutionaries led by Domingo Nieto and Ramon Castilla. A battle was fought at Pachia in Tacna on August 29, 1843. A clash occurred at San Antonio, Moquegua on October 27, 1843. Domingo Nieto died on February 17, 1844. From June 17 to June 29, 1844, fighting occurred in the capital Lima between the government and supporters of Domingo Elías. A final clash occurred at Carmen Alto on July 22, 1844. (en)
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  • Peruvian government
  • revolutionaries
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  • revolutionaries victorious
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  • La guerra civil peruana de 1843-1844, conocida también como la revolución constitucional de 1843-1844, fue un conflicto que enfrentó a las fuerzas revolucionarias o constitucionales encabezadas por los generales Ramón Castilla y Domingo Nieto y las fuerzas directoriales o gobiernistas del general Manuel Ignacio de Vivanco, entonces Supremo Director de la República. La batalla final se libró en Carmen Alto, cerca de Arequipa, donde vencieron los constitucionales, quienes pusieron así fin a la anarquía que reinaba en el país desde 1842 y entregaron el poder a quien legítimamente le correspondía, el presidente del Consejo de Estado Manuel Menéndez. (es)
  • The Peruvian Civil War of 1843-1844 was the second internal conflict in 19th century Peru (after the Peruvian civil war of 1834). It was fought between the government forces of Vivanco and Echenique against the revolutionaries led by Domingo Nieto and Ramon Castilla. A battle was fought at Pachia in Tacna on August 29, 1843. A clash occurred at San Antonio, Moquegua on October 27, 1843. Domingo Nieto died on February 17, 1844. From June 17 to June 29, 1844, fighting occurred in the capital Lima between the government and supporters of Domingo Elías. A final clash occurred at Carmen Alto on July 22, 1844. (en)
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  • Guerra civil peruana de 1843-1844 (es)
  • Peruvian civil war of 1843-1844 (en)
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