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Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923) - A Biography - 20th Century History
Pancho Villa was a Mexican revolutionary leader who advocated for the poor and wanted agrarian reform. Though he was a killer, a bandit, and a revolutionary ...
Pancho Villa Retires - 20th Century History - About.com
Pancho Villa Retires (1920): Pancho Villa was a Mexican revolutionary leader who advocated for the poor and wanted agrarian reform. Though he was a killer, ...
Mexican Revolution: Biography of Pancho Villa
Few men are as legendary in Latin American History as Pancho Villa. Bandit, general, warlord, hero and murderer, Villa is a complicated and fascinating ...
Pancho Villa: Ten Facts About Mexican Eader - Latin American History
Pancho Villa was probably the best-known of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution. Still, most people don't know some of the more interesting parts of his ...
All About Pancho Villa - Latin American History - About.com
All about Pancho Villa and the Mexican Revolution: his battles, allies and more!
Who Killed Mexican Warlord Pancho Villa? - Latin American History
When legendary warlord Pancho Villa was gunned down in July of 1923, most Mexicans suspected a conspiracy...and they were right. Who killed Pancho Villa?
Pancho Villa: Mexican Revolutionary - Military History - About.com
Born on June 5, 1878, as Doroteo Arango Arámbula, the future Francisco " Pancho" Villa was the son of peasants living in San Juan del Río. As a child, he ...
Pancho Villa cries at the tomb of Francisco I. Madero
In late 1914, Pancho Villa finally visited the tomb of his friend and ally, Francisco I . Madero.
Biography of Rodolfo Fierro - Rodolfo Fierro Profile
Rodolfo Fierro, a.k.a. "The Butcher," was Pancho Villa's most trusted officer and his hatchet man. A capable field officer, he was known as a capricious, cruel ...
Mexican Revolution: The Battle of Zacatecas - Latin American History
The federal troops dug in and set their defenses. It seemed invulnerable, but their opponent was Pancho Villa and the mighty Division of the North. The resulting ...