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The Cristero Rebellion : the Mexican people between church and state, 1926-1929 / Jean A. Meyer ; translated by Richard Southern.
by Meyer, Jean A., 1942-
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1976.
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Felix Diaz, the Porfirians, and the Mexican Revolution / by Peter V. N. Henderson.
by Henderson, Peter V. N., 1947-
Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, c1981.
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The great rebellion : Mexico, 1905-1924 / Ramon Eduardo Ruiz.
by Ruiz, Ramon Eduardo.
New York : Norton, c1980.
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Heroic Mexico; the violent emergence of a modern nation.
by Johnson, William Weber, 1909-
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1968.
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Insurgent Mexico.
by Reed, John, 1887-1920.
New York, Greenwood Press [1969, c1914]
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Is the Mexican Revolution dead / Edited with an introd. by Stanley R. Ross.
by Ross, Stanley Robert, 1921- ed.
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1975.
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Life and death in Milpa Alta; a Nahuatl chronicle of Diaz and Zapata. Translated and edited by Fernando Horcasitas from the Nahuatl recollections of Luz Jimenez. Foreword by Miguel Leon-Portilla. Drawings by Alberto Beltran.
by Jimenez, Luz, d. 1965.
Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1972]
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Nino, child of the Mexican Revolution. Translated and adapted by James F. Shearer.
by Iduarte, Andres, 1907-
New York, Praeger [1971]
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Plutarco Elías Calles / por Roberto Mares.
by Mares, Roberto.
México, D.F. : Grupo Editorial Tomo, 2004.
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Revolution; Mexico 1910-20.
by Atkin, Ronald, 1931-
New York, J. Day Co. [1970, c1969]
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