Mexican Revolution Facts


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Beginning date

The Mexican Revolution war began the 20th of November 1910

 
 

Ending date

There is controversy regarding the end of the Mexican Revolution. Some sources believe it is marked by the Proclamation o the Mexican Constutution in 1917. Other sources state that it was in 1924 when President Plutarco Elias Calles took office.
 

 

Objectives-Goal

The initial purpose of the revolutionary movement was to overthrow General Porfirio Diaz who had been in power form more thank 30 years.

 

Important Dates

September 15-16, 1910

 

 

President Porfirio Diaz presides over the Centeninal Celebrations of the Mexican I Independence.

 

October 5, 1910

Francisco Madero, after fleeing to the United States, proclaims the Plan de San Luis in which he asks all Mexicans to rise against the government of  Porfirio Diaz.
 

November 18, 1910

 

 A date is set for Sunday 10  of November 1910.    The Serdan Brothers along with other Madero followers fight the police in the City of Puebla. This marks the beginning of the armed war.
 

March 11, 1911

 

Emiliano Zapata and his force took arms in Villa de Ayala Morelos.
 

May 25, 1911

 

President Porfirio Diaz resigns after 30 years in power.
 

November 6, 1911

 

President Francisco I Madero took office after winning the elections in October 1911.
 

February 22, 1913

President Madero was assassinated by orders of  Victoriano Huerta.
 

March 26,1913

Following The Plan of Guadalupe, a document drafted on March 23, 1913 by Venustiano Carranza that nullified any claim of legitimacy of Huerta's government, Carranza and Alvaro Obregon call to arms against Huerta's regime.
 

September 29, 1913

 

Franciso Pancho Villa and the Northern Division join the Constitutionalist revolution.
 

April 3, 1914

After taking the city of Torreon in Coahuila Pancho Villa and the Northern Division are on their way of defeating  President Victoriano Huerta's forces.

July15, 1914

President Victoriano Huerta resings and leaves the country.

December 6, 1914

 

Zapata and Villa occupy Mexico City and march with a force of 50 thousand men.

February 5, 1917

 

The Mexican Cosntitution is promulgated.

May 1, 1917

 

Venustiano Carranza assumes the Mexican Presidency.

Casualties of War

There is not  an exact number of casualties due to the revolutionary war but it is calculated that  between 1 and 2 million people died.

Revolutionary Slogans

"Sufragio Efectivo No Reelección"  Francisco I Madero  
Effective Suffrage (Vote) No Reelection

"La Tierra es  de Quien la Trabaja"    Emiliano Zapata
The land is property of those who work it.

 

 

 

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