The Mexican Revolution David Siquieros Mural: Poeple in

The Mexican Revolution David Siquieros Mural: Poeple in

The Mexican Revolution David Siquieros Mural: Poeple in Arms Los Rurales

Porfirio Daz (1830-1915) David Siquieros Mural: "Don

Porfirio [Diaz] and his Courtesans". 1957-65 A Mural by Diego Rivera

The Decadence of the Porfiriato Recardo Flores Magn

and The Partido Liberal Mexicano (PLM)

General Bernardo Reyes Partido Democrtico Francisco Madero

and Pascual Orozco Francisco Madero

Party: AntiReelection Center of Mexico Plan: Plan of San Luis Postos

Francisco Madero Madero entered Mexico City to

triumphal acclaim in early June 1911. David Siquieros Zapata on

Horseback Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) Zapatistas moving to take cornfields.

General Bernardo Reyes Flix Daz

General Vitoriano Huerta Henry Lane Wilson Madero fell to a

military coup in February of 1913 Fraincisco Madero

Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920) Plan of Guadalupe

April 1914: President Wilson sends U.S. troops to occupy Veracruz

U.S. troop ship Monuments to the Defenders of Veracruz against U.S. troops

Venutiano Carranza and Alvaro Obregn Villa and Zapata in Mexico City

November, 1914 Alvaro Obregn (1880-1923)

Pancho Villa 1880-1923 Alvaro Obregn

Alvaro Obregn Plutarco Elas Calles

Between 1910 and 1920, between 1.5 and 2 million Mexican lost their lives in the Revolution. The census takers in 1920 counted almost a million fewer Mexican than

they had found only a decade before. Las Soldaderas

Las Soldaderas Lzaro Crdenas Riveras Good

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