Guadalajara en 1808: Fernandismo, unión, religión y fidelidad

July 2008
Signos Históricos;jul-dic2008, Issue 20, p18
Academic Journal
The article mentions the response by the authorities, the corporations and the elite of Guadalajara with respect to the Napoleonic invasion of Spain in 1808. Unlike what the Mexico City Council suggested, in this province capital where Creole-Peninsular friction had not reached dangerous levels, the representative forces opposed the installation of a governmental board independent from those of Spain. The actions undertaken were aimed at reinforcing love and loyalty toward Fernando VII.


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