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Mexican Revolution
(Revolución Mexicana)
Collage revolución mexicana.jpg
Collage o the Mexican Revolution
Date 1910–20
Location Mexico
Result
Belligerents
Mexico Counter-revolutionary forces:
Federal troops led by Porfirio Díaz
Forces led by Bernardo Reyes
Forces led by Félix Díaz
Army of Victoriano Huerta
supported by:
 United States (Until 1918)
 British Empire (1916–18)
Mexico Revolutionar forces:
Maderistas
Orozquistas
Villistas
Zapatistas
Carrancistas
Magonistas
Seditionistas
supportit bi:
 German Empire (1917–18)
Commanders an leaders
1910–11:
Porfirio Díaz
1911–13:
Pascual Orozco, foucht ain revolution efter Díaz wis owerthrown an later sided wi Huerta efter Huerta teuk pouer
Bernardo Reyes, led ain revolution till his daith in 1913
Félix Díaz, sidit wi Reyes an later Huerta efter Reyes died in 1913
Emiliano Zapata, sidit wi Orozco till Huerta teuk pouer
Victoriano Huerta, sidit wi Reyes till Reyes died in 1913. Efter Reyes died, Huerta launched his ain revolution an teuk pouer
1913–14:
Victoriano Huerta
Pascual Orozco
1914–19:
Venustiano Carranza
Álvaro Obregón
1920:
Venustiano Carranza 
1910–11:
Francisco I. Madero
Pascual Orozco, fought against Díaz
Bernardo Reyes, foucht against Díaz
Pancho Villa
Emiliano Zapata
Venustiano Carranza
1911–13:
Francisco I. Madero 
Pancho Villa
Venustiano Carranza
1913–14:
Pancho Villa
Emiliano Zapata
Venustiano Carranza
Álvaro Obregón
1914–19:
Pancho Villa
Emiliano Zapata 
1920:
Álvaro Obregón
Casualties an losses
Unitit States 500 killed German Empire 2 killed
Mexico 1,300,000? Tot Mexicans dead (ceevilian an militar)[1]

The Mexican Revolution (Spaingie: Revolución mexicana) wis a major airmed struggle ca. 1910–20 that radically transformed Mexican politics an society. Althou recent research haes focused on local an regional aspects o the Revolution, it wis a "genuinely naitional revolution."[2]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Robert McCaa, "Missing millions: the human cost of the Mexican Revolution." Mexican Studies 19#2 (2001). online
  2. Alan Knight, "Mexican Revolution: Interpretations" in Encyclopedia of Mexico, vol. 2, p. 873. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn 1997.