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Wilkipedia: Mexican Revolution
The Mexican Revolution of 1910, was a violent social and cultural movement, colored by socialist, nationalist, and anarchist tendencies, that began with the popular rejection of dictator Porfirio D?az Mori in 1910.
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MexOnline.com: Mexican Revolution of 1910
Photos and description of the Mexian Revolution of 1910.
November 20 Commemoration of the Mexican Revolution
On November 20, Mexico celebrates the anniversary of its Revolution. On this date, in the year 1910 the war to overthrow the dictator Porfirio D?az, began.
Mexican Revolution: Conflict in Matamoros
Robert Runyon's photographic account of events in Northeastern Mexico from 1913 through 1916.
Anarchist Influences on the Mexican Revolution
Paper by Jason Wehling.
Revolutionary Mexican Women
Paper by Tereza Jandura.
Postcards of the Mexican Revolution
Touches upon how a great deal of Mexico's history for the decade of 1910-1920 was recorded by photographs mass produced on postcards.
History of the Mexican Revolution with sections on U.S. response, U.S. citizens living in Mexico, and women's involvement.
Money of the Mexican Revolution, The
Touches upon the nation's financial state and monetary collapse during the revolution and offers images of the bills issued.
Historical Text Archive: Mexican Revolution
With photographs and biographies of key participants.
Historical Text Archive: Mexico: The Plan de Ayala
English text of Emiliano Zapata's declaration proclaiming Francisco Madero a traitor and ordering a third of all hacienda lands to be redistributed to the peasants.