Mexican Revolution

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    59649-1
    Révolution mexicaine 1911-1929. Exécution de Luis Segura Vilchis et d'autres qui tentèrent d'assassiner le Président Général Alvaro Obregon le 13 novembre 1927. La tentative d'assassinat échoua. Mexique, 23 novembre 1927.
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    133-5
    Reception of general Carranza (1859-1920), Mexican politician, celebrated by his partisans. Mexico, 1914.
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    131-4
    Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920), leader of the Mexican constitutionalist movement with his collegues, third person from the left.
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    131-2
    Francisco Madero (1873-1913), Mexican stateman, and Pascual Orozco (1882-1915), one of his partisans.
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    528-9
    The president Calles (in the middle) and leaders of the National Radical Party, which he founded in 1929 and which will become the Institutional Revolutionary Party. On his right: Aaron Senz and Bartolomé Garcia. On his left: Luis Léon and the general Manuel Trevino. 1930.
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    41631-3
    Diego Rivera (1886-1957). "Histoire du Mexique, de la Conquête à 1930", détail de la partie gauche (l'exécution de Maximilien Ier en 1867 et la révolution de Francisco Madero en 1911). Fresque, 1929-1931. Mexico (Mexique), palais national.
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    74574-1
    "Francisco Indalecio Madero (1873-1913), homme d'Etat mexicain, arrivant à Mexico (Mexique)". Gravure, 1911.
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    336-5
    Mexican rebels during the Revolution in Mexico among whom Pascual Orozco (centre).
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    336-4
    Raoul Madero, Francisco Madero's brother, Francisco was president of Mexico from 1911 to 1913, during the Revolution.
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    50987-3
    Pancho Villa (1878-1923), révolutionnaire mexicain. 1923.
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    50987-4
    Pancho Villa (1878-1923), révolutionnaire mexicain. 1920.
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    17743-11
    Porfirio Diaz (1828-1915), Mexican statesman. President of the Republic from 1876 till 1911.
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    336-3
    Emiliano Zapata (c.1879-1919), Mexican revolutionary who raised the Native Americans against the big landowners, occupied Mexico in 1914 and died assassinated.
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    12728-1
    Weimar Republic (1918-1933). Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925), President of the German Reich, greeting Plutarco Elías Campuzano (1877-1945), Mexican General and President of Mexico, at his arrival at a train station. Berlin (Germany), 1924-1925.
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    17743-15
    The Mexican general Venustiano Carranza receiving the report on the taking of Matamoros (1910). $$$
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    17743-6
    Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920), leader of the constitutionnalist movement opposed to the General Huerta's government. Elected President of Mexico in 1917 and assassinated by revolutionaries in 1920. $$$
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    17743-1
    Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920), Mexican General, at the time of the American intervention. President of Mexico from 1917 to 1920.
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    14208-3
    Victoriano Huerta, president of Mexico who were hunted of the power by insurrection supported by the United States of America in June 1914.
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    17743-13
    Victoriano Huerta, president of Mexico. He was chased away by the power by an uprising supported by the United States in June 1914.$$$
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    17743-10
    Porfirio Diaz (1830-1915), Mexican statesman, in exile, in Paris.
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    2551-14
    Porfirio Díaz (1828-1915), president of the Mexican Republic.
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    50987-2
    Porfirio Díaz (1830-1915), homme d'Etat mexicain, vers 1900.
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    233-15
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920), Emiliano Zapata, seated in the center.
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    2446-4
    Emiliano Zapata (c.1879-1919), Mexican revolutionary, May 1914.
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    1138-10
    Mexican Generals Pancho Villa (1st on the left) and Emiliano Zapata (3rd on the left) at the Mexico CIty presidential palace (Mexico). In the centre: Eulalio Gutierrez, provisional president. December 6, 1914. Museum of Mexico city.
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    3260-19
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Pancho Villa (1878-1923), Mexican revolutionary, in his coffin, July 1923.
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    3534-13
    Mexican revolution. In the center : the general Carranza, on the right : the general Angeles, on the left : Maytorema, governor of the state of Sonora. About 1914.
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    3202-6
    Mexican revolution. Captain Fortino Samano smoking a last cigar before his execution. Mexico, on January 12, 1917.
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    492-6
    Mexican soldier from Pancho Villa's army, 1914.
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    634-14
    Outlaws arrived in Mexico during the Revolution. Demonstration of the taking of Navarro. In the centre, the Federals general, Black Pete holding handcuffs. United States, on 1920.
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    526-10
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Government troops.
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    526-9
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920).
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    526-11
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Government train.
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    526-12
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Rebel's train.
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    3205-2
    Mexican revolution, 1910-1920. Machine gun put in a truck.
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    3622-3
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Revolutionary soldiers in a train.
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    50987-5
    Guerre d'indépendance mexicaine. Un frère et une soeur membres de l'armée du général Pablo Gonzales qui participa aux batailles de Tampico, mars 1914.
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    3588 x 2715 pixels (1484 Ko)

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    3525-15
    Mexican revolution (1910-1920). Mexican riders.
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    3556 x 2543 pixels (1627 Ko)

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    3202-7
    Mexican revolution, 1910-1920. Victorious entrance of federal troops in a city, near Torreon, after having repulsed the troops of Pancho Villa. May 26, 1914.
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    3622-1
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Children enlisted in General Huerta's army, 1914.
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    4177 x 6337 pixels (4025 Ko)

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    33105-1
    The Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). A woman giving something to drink to an injured person during a street battle.
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    4700 x 3348 pixels (1551 Ko)

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    3622-2
    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Young recruit.
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    3205-3
    Mexican revolution, 1910-1920. Mexican rider.
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    3744 x 6560 pixels (3702 Ko)

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    17761-5
    American intervention in Mexico. The guns of "Michigan" in action in front of Veracruz.
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    10038-12
    Intervention américaine au Mexique. Exode des habitants mexicains sur la zone frontalière. 1913-1914.
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    4102 x 2770 pixels (640 Ko)

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    17761-4
    American intervention in Mexico. Mexicans accused of shootings and interrogated by the american intervention troops in Veracruz.
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    17761-3
    American intervention in Mexico. The US naval guns in Veracruz. 1914.
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    8573-3
    American intervention to Mexique (1914). Corpses of mexicans stretched out near a cemetery after the battlefield.
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    10038-14
    Intervention américaine au Mexique. Inspection des troupes américaines avant l'embarquement. 1913-1914.
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    3517 x 2423 pixels (1029 Ko)

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    17761-1
    American intervention in Mexico. Veracruz defended by Mexican soldiers. 1914.
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    17761-2
    American intervention in Mexico. Veracruz railway station, headquarters of US troops. 1914.
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    10038-11
    American intervention in Mexico. Loading of the soldiers' luggage, before leaving for the front. United States, 1913-1914.
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    10038-15
    American intervention in Mexico. Troops embarking. United States, 1913-1914.
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    10038-13
    American intervention in Mexico. Troops embarking. United States, 1913-1914.
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    33105-2
    American intervention in Mexico. After the bombing in Vera Cruz, incineration of Mexican corpses, in 1914.
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    17743-14
    The revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). The president Huerta decorating the General Conona, for his behavior during the defence of Mexico City (1914). $$$
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    17743-16
    The revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). The general Macias and his staff. 1911. $$$ $$$
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    39174-4
    Emiliano Zapata (vers 1879-1919), révolutionnaire mexicain, avec son frère Eufemio (1873-1917) et ses partisans.
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    Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919), révolutionnaire mexicain, avec ses partisans, pendant la révolution mexicaine de 1910-1915. 1914.
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    4733 x 3027 pixels (4343 Ko)

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    74576-2
    Révolution mexicaine. Francisco Madero (1873-1913), homme politique mexicain, à cheval lors de son arrivée à Mexico après avoir renversé le président Porfirio Díaz (1830-1915). 1911.
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    4352 x 3706 pixels (1587 Ko)

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    17743-12
    Francisco Indalecio Madero, who was a president from 1911 till 1913, walking on horseback, surrounded with his partisans, about days before his death. 1913. $$$ $$$
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    4743 x 3257 pixels (1154 Ko)

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    4207-2
    Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa (centre), entering Mexico City (Mexico), on December 6, 1914. National museum of Mexico City.
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    Revolution in Mexico. Emiliano Zapata and Pancho Villa (centre), entering Mexico City (Mexico), on December 6, 1914. National museum of Mexico City.
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    74576-1
    Révolution mexicaine. Général Pascual Orozco, Francisco Madero, Jose Garibaldi, Raoul Madero et Francisco Goryales. Mouvement révolutionnaire mexicain. 1911.
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    Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) et Pancho Villa (1878-1923), révolutionnaires mexicains, après leur entrée dans la ville de Mexico. A gauche: Tomas Urbina et à droite : Otilio Monatno. 6 décembre 1913.
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    American intervention in Mexico. Federal soldiers in fighting position in a street of Veracruz. 1914.
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    Mexican cavalrymen during the revolution (1910-1920).
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    Pancho Villa (1878-1923), Mexican General and revolutionary, 1916.
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    Pancho Villa (1878-1923), Mexican revolutionary.
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    Pancho Villa (1878-1923), Mexican revolutionary, 1916.
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    Diego Rivera (1886-1957). "Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919), révolutionnaire mexicain", détail. Fresque, 1930-1931. Cuernavaca (Mexique), musée régional de Cuauhnahuac.
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    Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919), révolutionnaire mexicain. Mexico (Mexique), château de Chapultepec.
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    Emiliano Zapata (1880-1919), Mexican revolutionary.
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    Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920), Mexican statesman.
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    Francisco Madero (1873-1913), homme d'Etat mexicain.
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    Francisco Indalecio Madero (1873-1913), homme d'Etat mexicain, 1911. Photo : Underwood & Underwood.
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    Porfirio Diaz (1828-1915), Mexican statesman, exiled in Paris.
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    Mexican revolution. Venustiano Carranza (1859-1920), leader of the Constitutionalist movement set against General Huerta. On his left, standing: General Alvaro Obregon (1880-1928).
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    Revolution in Mexico (1910-1920). Francisco Madero (1873-1913), Mexican revolutionnary, who triggered the civil war against the dictatorship of Diaz, with his colleague.
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