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Le Trienio liberal dans la presse de la République d’Haïti

Abstract : European nations were not the only ones to follow with interest - or even passion - the events of what was then called the Second Spanish Revolution, and the press (both official and unofficial) of the Republic of Haiti informed its readers as regularly as it could on the evolution of the situation in the Iberian Peninsula between 1820 and 1823. Although, at first, it cared about being perfectly neutral between the opposing sides, its sympathy for the Liberals who had ended the inquisition and expelled the Jesuits could be perceived. But when the Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis crossed the Bidassoa, despite indifference of some of its fellow countrymen, it clearly took sides in favour of the Constitutionalists, fearing that, in case of success, France, which had not yet recognised the island's independence, would turn its weapons against it.
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Gérard Dufour. Le Trienio liberal dans la presse de la République d’Haïti. El Argonauta Español, 2020, El Trienio Liberal en la prensa contemporánea (1820-1823), ⟨10.4000/argonauta.4166⟩. ⟨hal-03166118⟩



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