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Victoriano Huerta

William L. Sherman

Victoriano Huerta

a reappraisal

by William L. Sherman

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Published by Centro de Estudios Mexicanos]; distributed by the Mexico City College Press in [Mexico .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huerta, Victoriano, 1845-1916.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] William L. Sherman [and] Richard E. Greenleaf.
    ContributionsGreenleaf, Richard E., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1234 .H89
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 p.
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5861418M
    LC Control Number62032216
    OCLC/WorldCa761653

    Victoriano Huerta. AKA José Victoriano Huerta Márquez. El chacal President of Mexico, Birthplace: Colotlán, Jalisco, Mexico Location of death: El Paso, TX Cause of death. Military service: Mexican Army () Father: Jesús Huerta Mother: Refugio Márquez Wife: Emilia Águila University: Heroico Colegio Militar, Chapultepec, Mexico ( Born: Victoriano Huerta () was a Mexican general and political leader who, in , overthrew the first government to emerge from the Mexican Revolution and became the executive of a counterrevolutionary regime. Victoriano Huerta was born of Huichol .

    José Victoriano Huerta Márquez (22 décembre , Jalisco - 13 janvier , Texas) [1] est un militaire et homme d'État mexicain, président du Mexique du 18 février au 14 juillet Famille et études. Huerta est le fils de Jesús Huerta et Del Refugio Márquez, des indigènes.   Primary Sources: People - Central, Latin, South America & The Caribbean: Huerta, Victoriano.

    Victoriano Huerta (Colotlán, 22 dicembre – El Paso, 13 gennaio ) è stato un generale e politico messicano, 35º Presidente del Messico e figura di spicco della rivoluzione messicana. Biografia. Nacque da una famiglia di contadini huicholes. About this Item: Armando Huerta (illustrator). FINE, unread, unopened. #/, signed on the cover in black marker/pen by Armando Huerta. A collection of Armando Huerta s best drawings from the last years. The most beautiful Book he has done, by far. An Erotic Odyssey. Cover featuring Miss Mosh.


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A lo largo de su carrera ocupó importantes cargos de comando, estado mayor y civiles que lo condujeron a la presidencia de la república mediante un.

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He was educated locally and in his early teens expressed interest in a. VICTORIANO HUERTA was one of the most prominent figures during the early years of the Mexican revolution. Despite his later prominence, little has been written about Huerta's early career.

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Madero, and later had him 's regime was marked by extreme brutality against his opponents and the Mexican population in general, and his excesses resulted in a coalition of prominent Mexican military and political figures that united to.José Victoriano Huerta Márquez [1] (Colotlán, Jalisco; 23 de marzo de – El Paso, Texas; 13 de enero de ) fue un ingeniero y militar mexicano, presidente de México entre y como resultado de un golpe de estado (la llamada Decena Trágica).