Spain wants Venezuela to remain loyal despite Ferdinand VII being captured by the French.
Simón Bolívar leads revolution, it becomes successful, then gets stopped by spaniards. (First Republic)
Bolívar teams up with Francisco de Miranda and start to build an "army" of troops to fight for independence.
Bolívar puts Miranda in charge of Patriot army. Bolívar becomes governor of Puerto Cabello, a key city. However, the earthquake of 1812 hit the revolutionary center and forced de Miranda to surrender, angering Bolívar.
Bolívar emerges as the face of Venezuelan independence, but it is short lived.
Bolívar refused to give up but resorted to look for local guerilla leaders to aid his side.
Bolívar becomes the face of the revolution.
Fighting was constant, and people between the royalists and revolutionaries.
Throughout the war, Bolívar fights against all royalists supporting France.
Bolívar and Company (Revolutionists) fight for New Granada (Venezuela) and defeat Spanish forces. Bolívar is elected as President