1810 (book)

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1810 is an Argentine book of history, written by historian Felipe Pigna. It was written in 2010, in the context of the Bicentennial of Argentina, and it aims to explain the direct and indirect causes of the May Revolution.[1] Its other title is La otra historia de nuestra Revolución fundadora and it was published in 2010 in Buenos Aires by Editorial Planeta (ISBN 978-950-49-2288-9)[2]

It was ranked as the best sold non-fiction book in April, 2010.[3]