Simon Bolivar had led the independence movement in the north. Venezuela was the first country to declare its independence. However, Pablo Morillo began a reconquest of Venezuela. It did not take long for Venezuela, New Granada, and Ecuador to be under the Spanish rule. Upon exile, Simon Bolivar did not give up on the independence. With his effort, Simon Bolivar was able to build up the army of 7,000 European. And one by one, Simon Bolivar was able to achieve the independence of Venezuela, Colombia, and Ecuador.
Jose de San Martin mostly organized the movement in the south. When San Martin heard about the rebellion against