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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › RuralesRurales - Wikipedia

    After the overthrow of Díaz in 1911, the Rurales continued in existence under Presidents Francisco I. Madero (1911–1913) and Victoriano Huerta (1913–1914). Madero left the force essentially unchanged, although introducing legislation intended to prevent corpsmen, other than senior officers, from carrying out summary executions without due trial process. [18]

  2. 20/07/1998 · Pancho Villa, byname of Francisco Villa, original name Doroteo Arango, (born June 5, 1878, Hacienda de Río Grande, San Juan del Río, Durango, Mexico—died July 20, 1923, Parral, Chihuahua), Mexican revolutionary and guerrilla leader who fought against the regimes of both Porfirio Díaz and Victoriano Huerta and after 1914 engaged in civil war and banditry. Villa was the son of a field ...

  3. El Partido Nacional Antirreeleccionista (o Partido Antirreeleccionista) (PNA) fue un partido político creado en 1909 cuyo objetivo principal era participar en las elecciones federales de México de 1910.

  4. 08/07/2015 · Legal Thesaurus (BETA), with synonyms and definitions. Standards From James D. Anderson and José Pérez-Carballo “Information Retrieval Design”: Standards versus scientific research Since the beginning of librarianship, millennia ago, improvements in practice have come about mainly through the development of new and better standards or codes of practice.

  5. super-tabla histÓrica mostrando el valor promedio anual del tipo de cambio peso/dÓlar desde 1821, la tasa de inflaciÓn anual, la deuda externa y los sucesos histÓricos y econÓmicos de la Época, aunados a las principales obras y servicios del mÉxico de entonces y el crecimiento via producto interno bruto.

  6. 26/10/2022 · Francisco Madero, in full Francisco Indalecio Madero, (born Oct. 30, 1873, Parras, Mex.—died Feb. 22, 1913, Mexico City), Mexican revolutionary and president of Mexico (1911–13), who successfully ousted the dictator Porfirio Díaz by temporarily unifying various democratic and anti-Díaz forces. He proved incapable of controlling the reactions from both conservatives and revolutionaries ...

  7. Obregón administration, De la Huerta revolt, election of 1924 Obregón was elected president in 1920 and he named Calles as Secretary of the Interior . [10] During the Obregón presidency (1920–24), Calles aligned himself with organized labor, particularly the Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers (CROM), headed by Luis N. Morones and the Laborist Party , as well as agraristas , radical ...

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