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What Is the Story of the Mexican Revolution in Photos?

The Mexican Revolution. This photo dated May 1914 a group of armed revolutionaries wait for transport.

Women and soldiers in Mexico City in 1913, part of "Mexico: The Revolution and Beyond, Photographs by Casasola 1900-1940" at El Museo del Barrio,  durante una presentación en la que debía de descender de una cuerda atada a un helicóptero en movimiento.

Women and soldiers in Mexico City in part of "Mexico: The Revolution and Beyond, Photographs by Casasola at El Museo del Barrio. > The New York Times >

Zapatistas llegando a Cuernavaca, Morelos, en 1911. Foto del libro México: fotografía y revolución (Lunwerg).

"Por lo pronto, ya estamos aquí"

Zapatistas llegando a Cuernavaca, Morelos, en 1911. Foto del libro México: fotografía y revolución (Lunwerg).

México, Revolución. Soldado de la Revolución a bordo de un tren de la mano de una mujer. Foto por Agustín Víctor Casasola (1874-1938).

Revolutionary soldier aboard a train holding the hand of a woman on the ground. Photo by Agustín Victor Casasola

Soldados rebeldes  (1910-1920) de la revolution mexicana

Some basic history about Oaxaca is that unlike other places, in the 1920 revolution against Spain, Oaxaca remained loyal to Spain.

Tropas Huertistas - Archivo Casasola de La Revolución Mexicana

strayobject: “ Born in Mexico City, Agustín Victor Casasola was a legendary photojournalist for Mexico City´s leading newspapers under the Porfirio Díaz regime. In as the Mexican Revolution.

Both Federal and revolutionary armies made good use of 9,000 miles of railroad tracks laid during the Diaz years. Trains were often used as weapons themselves, packed with explosives and sent off as rolling torpedoes to destroy enemy trains and positions.

Both Federal and revolutionary armies made good use of miles of railroad tracks laid during the Diaz years. Trains were often used as weapons themselves, packed with explosives and sent off as rolling torpedoes to destroy enemy trains and positions.

Revolucion Mexicana

Mexican Photographer, Mexican Revolutionaries Take Over a Locomotive at Cuernavaca, Morelos,

augustin victor casasola – Photo Humanis International – en español

Agustín Víctor Casasola, Mexican Revolution, Soldier of the Constitutionalist Army, commanded by Venustiano Carranza, ca.

Trabajadores de Ferrocarriles Nacionales. Ciudad de México (c. 1930).

Trabajadores de Ferrocarriles Nacionales. Ciudad de México (c. 1930).

Fotógrafo no identificado. Cuerpo de rurales al mando de Carlos Rincón Gallardo embarcan caballos rumbo a Aguascalientes. 18 de mayo de 1914. Fondo Archivo Casasola.

Fotógrafo no identificado. Cuerpo de rurales al mando de Carlos Rincón Gallardo embarcan caballos rumbo a Aguascalientes. 18 de mayo de 1914. Fondo Archivo Casasola.

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