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What country was the first to recognize the Brasil?

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  • What country was the first to recognize the Brasil?

    On September 7, 1822, Dom Pedro I decided to end the Lusitanian colonial exploration by proclaiming Brazilian independence.




    https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histór...ério_do_Brasil

  • #2
    Originally posted by Lusitano View Post
    On September 7, 1822, Dom Pedro I decided to end the Lusitanian colonial exploration by proclaiming Brazilian independence.




    https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histór...ério_do_Brasil
    Complicated - Britain in the person of her ambassador Stuart was the first to negotiate a treaty with Brazil as an independent nation but the treaty was repudiated by Prime Minister Canning. President Munro (possibly spurred by Stuarts activities) then recognised Brazil by the USA but the USA did not sign any treaty with the country (blame Congress) until after France and other European nations did.
    Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe (H G Wells)
    Mit der Dummheit kaempfen Goetter selbst vergebens (Friedrich von Schiller)

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    • #3
      So the first country to recognize Brazil's independence was Portugal itself. Unless the question was meant to read: Which was the first foreign country..."
      dit: Lirelou

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      • #4
        Originally posted by lirelou View Post
        So the first country to recognize Brazil's independence was Portugal itself. Unless the question was meant to read: Which was the first foreign country..."
        The problem was in part caused by the evacuation of the Portugese Court to Brfasil to escape the French occupation of Portugal. Even when Wellington liberated Portugal the court stayed put. This sowed doubt as to what was the status of Brasil versus Portugal proper and the treaty of 1810 was signed by Portugal (in the form of the court in Brasil) and a number of other countries to clarify this. It had not been altered when Brasil obtained defacto independence and to make this fully de jure a new treaty had to be signed by every one involved in the original one including Portugal. this took time especially as Congress were being somewhat obtuse at the time (how unusual ).
        Human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe (H G Wells)
        Mit der Dummheit kaempfen Goetter selbst vergebens (Friedrich von Schiller)

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        • #5
          Originally posted by lirelou View Post
          So the first country to recognize Brazil's independence was Portugal itself. Unless the question was meant to read: Which was the first foreign country..."
          Let's reverse my question about.
          America the first country to recognize was england.
          That I know about the recognition about america was france holanda portugal morocco.
          ( The Independence of Brazil, which occurred on September 7, 1822 )

          Primeira invasão francesa de Portugal
          First French invasion of Portugal

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invasi...Portugal_(1807)

          Portugal1801 war of the oranges portugal v spain.
          Olivença portuguese territory is annexed by spain, our pain and our hatred about spain still holds two centuries have passed.
          Olivença is Portuguese territory since the year 1228
          This is the History of the Village of Olivença, that was conquered, in 1228, to the Moors, by D. Afonso Henriques. King of Portugal
          Olivença area 750 km 2
          Today Spain is crying for Gibraltar.
          I, as a Portuguese, know gibraltar Spanish territory when
          Spain deliver olivença ceuta etc to portugal, if spain understands that england is pirate, also i understand that spain has been and is pirate to portugal
          Spain has a great can to ask what it has given to England.
          Portugal is bordered by two countries galiza and castile spain only the whole world recognizes the Iberian peninsula with two portuga v spain countries.
          Wrong wrong wrong speak history

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