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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP28 Mar 2022 9:00 p.m. PST

…LIBERTOS 1813-1816

"As in several of the units in Argentine military history, especially during the War of Independence, there were many units that carried the No. 7 until the definitive stabilization of the regiment for the Andes campaign.

The next No. 7 was raised in the Banda Oriental in March 1812 under the command of Sergeant Major D. Francisco de Vera. This body did not prosper and they were almost immediately transformed into a Military Police unit.

The third regiment No. 7 was created by the General Assembly on June 4, 1813 for the rescue of slaves, and for this reason it was first known as the Libertos Battalion. The sergeant major of cavalry with the rank of lieutenant colonel was D. Toribio de Luzuriaga appointed as its commander, then he became as lieutenant colonel of infantry. In the following days, the offices of the different companies began to arrive….


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