Pancho Villa and the Mexican Revolution

Pancho Villa and the Mexican Revolution

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In 1910 a revolt breaks out in Mexico, that, over the course of just a few years, will change the face of the nation. Prominent in this uprising is Pancho Villa, the legendary leader who seized the property of large landowners, understood the anxiety of the poor, and came within a whisker of controlling the entire country.
Publisher: University of Toronto Press 2001
ISBN: 9781566564014
Branch Call Number: ON ORDER 2017


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