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September 24-25, 1812 Battle of Tucuman


This is another battle historians claim was a part of the Alto Peru Campaign. They actually claim it was a part of the Argentine War of Independence. It was really a part of the many battles between the Anishinabe Army and army of the white confederation led by England. It was fought near Tucuman, Argentina which is 635 northwest of Buenos Aries, and won by the Anishinabe Army. According to historians the soldiers from the white confederation led by England, outnumbered the soldiers from the Anishinabe Army by more than a two to one margin. White casualties in this battle were 450 killed and 690 captured. Anishinabe casualties were 80 killed and 200 wounded.



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