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This book is an analysis of the relations between Great Britain and the River Plate during 1806–26. It is essentially a study of the evolution of the political and diplomatic relations between the two countries. These commence with the British invasions of Buenos Aires and begin to take a more dramatic course after the emancipation of the River Plate from Spain in 1810, concluding at the time when the British Government acknowledges recognition of the United Provinces of the River Plate as an independent nation.
KeywordsEarly Nineteenth Century Diplomatic Relation United Province Commercial Relation Latin American Nation
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