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San Martin was born in Yapeyu in the Argentine province of Corrientes beside the mighty Uruguay river on February 25th 1778 His father Don Juan de San Martin was the governor of the department her mother Doa Gregoria Matorras was the niece of a conqueror of the Chacos wild forests In 1786 he is transferred to Spain with his family where he studies in the Noble Seminary of Madrid and in 1789 he initiates his military career in the regiment of Murcia he serves in the army of Spain during the wars against the French and in 1808 he fights in the battle of Baylen against Napoleons army that had invaded the Peninsula In the city of Cadiz he knows other South American officers and he joins the lodges that promoted the independence In 1811 he resigns his military career in Spain and embarks in the sail ship George Canning from England to Buenos Aires where he arrives the 9 of March of 1812 accompanied by other friends The independent government of Buenos Aires accepts the services of San Martin recognizes his degree of lieutenant colonel and orders him to create a cavalry corps that soon would be the glorious regiment of Mounted Grenadiers In that same year he married Maria Remedies de Escalada that belonged to a distinguished family of the country He creates the Lautaro lodge whose objective was to liberate South America of the Spanish yoke In October of 1812 the members of the lodge head a movement that intends to remove some members of the First Triunvirato the government Pacifically the Town Hall names a Segundo Triunvirato who soon after calls to an Assembly of Delegates of the Provinces with the purpose of dictating a Constitution On February 3rd 1813 the Mounted Grenadiers fought and won their first combat near the ravines of San Lorenzo against the Spanish disembarkation army that arrived with
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