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Villa and Zapata : a history of the Mexican Revolution /

At once a history of the revolution in Mexico and a dual biography of the two men who shaped it, the book vividly chronicles a decade of turbulent events that involved not only native rebels and corrupt Mexican politicos but also the U.S. government, American oil interests, "Blackjack" Pershing's troops and German secret agents.

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  • "A history of the Mexican Revolution from the perspective of two of its leaders--Francisco "Pancho" Villa and Emiliano Zapata--traces the events of the conflict and the roles of its leaders."
  • "Chronicles the history of the Mexican revolution, focusing on the two men who shaped it, Francisco Villa and Emiliano Zapata."
  • "At once a history of the revolution in Mexico and a dual biography of the two men who shaped it, the book vividly chronicles a decade of turbulent events that involved not only native rebels and corrupt Mexican politicos but also the U.S. government, American oil interests, "Blackjack" Pershing's troops and German secret agents."@en
  • "A history of the Mexican Revolution from the perspective of two of its leaders - - Francisco "Pancho" Villa and Emiliano Zapata - - traces the events of the conflict and the roles of its leaders."

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  • "Biography"

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  • "Villa and Zapata : a history of the Mexican Revolution /"@en
  • "Villa and Zapata : a history of the Mexican Revolution /"
  • "Villa & Zapata"@en
  • "Villa and Zapata : A History of the Mexican Revolution /"
  • "Villa and Zapata : a history of the Mexican revolution /"
  • "Villa and Zapata : a history of the Mexican revolution /"@en
  • "History of the Mexican Revolution"@en
  • "Villa and Zapata a history of the Mexican Revolution"