Luso-Brazilian invasion

Luso-Brazilian invasion

Infobox Military Conflict
conflict = Luso-Brazilian invasion of the Banda Oriental
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caption = Portrayal of the decisive Oriental battle in Misiones Orientales
date = 1816–1820
place = Banda Oriental, Argentinian Mesopotamia, Misiones Orientales
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territory = Annexation of the Banda Oriental into the Cisplatina Province.
result = Luso-Brazilian victory
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The Luso-Brazilian invasion of the Banda Oriental, also known as the Portuguese Invasion of 1816 and the War against Artigas (in Brazil), was an armed conflict between the United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves and the people of the Banda Oriental and the Misiones Province. The conflict took place in its entirety in the present-day territories of Uruguay, the Argentinian Mesopotamia, and southern Brazil.

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