December 5, 1813 Battle of Araure




Another battle considered by historians to have been a part of the Venezuelan War of Idependence but was really just another battle between the Anishinabe Army and army of the white confederation led by England, for control of South America, the Battle of Araure was fought on December 5, 1813 at Araure, Venezuela. A force of over 3,000 brave Anishinabe soldiers battled a force of over 5,500 soldiers from the white confederation and defeated them. It was early on the morning of the 5th of December of 1813, when this battle commenced. It lasted a good 6 hours before the soldiers from the white confederation were eventually driven off in defeat. In 1813, many a battle was fought in South America between the brave soldiers of the Anishinabe Army and their Indian and black allies, against the soldiers from the white confederation led by England. In fact, most of the battles fought for control of South America between 1810 and 1824, were fought in the year 1813. In North America, the whites had eventually started to dominate the Anishinabe soldiers and their Indian and black allies, by 1813. In North America the war is known as the War of 1812. However, both conflicts in North America and South America were the same.