Mexican Revolutionaries on a Train, May 1914

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.

Emiliano Zapata4 - Mexican Revolution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Who Was Mexican Leader Emiliano Zapata?

August 1879 - Emiliano Zapata a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution is born in Anenecuilco, Morelos

Soldaderas, Mexican Revolution (forced by Poncho Villa) let's get that straight!

Las Adelitas, soldaderas, were feminist symbols of the Mexican Revolution (forced by Poncho Villa) let's get that straight!

A female Mexican soldier before leaving the battle in Mexican Revolution via reddit

A female Mexican soldier before leaving the battle in Mexican Revolution. In the Mexican revolutions many women ,men, children did not want to fight so they illegaly immigrated to America later to become Mexican americans

Mexican Revolution

Mexican Revolution - Let us NEVER forget WOMEN were a vital component in the war

A fighter in the Mexican Revolution, 1910s. (El Paso Public Library) ”

humanoidhistory: “ A fighter in the Mexican Revolution, (El Paso Public Library) ”

Soldadera of the Mexican Revolution~ the Mexican Revolution was not fought by men alone. Many women took up arms and went to war as well. This was common in the rebel armies, especially among the soldiers fighting for Emiliano Zapata. These brave women were called "soldaderas" and had many duties besides fighting, including cooking meals and caring for the men while the armies were on the move. Sadly, the vital role of the soldaderas in the Revolution has often been overlooked.

What Is the Story of the Mexican Revolution in Photos?

Photos of the Mexican Revolution: Soldadera of the Mexican Revolution - woman revolutionary

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

P. Flores Perez, "Zapatistas," n.d. Photographic postcard. Collection of Mexican Revolution photographs, m 025. UCR Library, Special Collections & University Archives, University of California, Riverside.

(Collection of Mexican Revolution photographs, m University of California-Riverside Library, Special Collections & University Archives)

Agustín Víctor Casasola, Mexican Revolution. Los Casasola fueron los fotógrafos oficiales de la Revolución Mexicana.

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

“Burned Cartridge”, Morelos, Mexico, 1970. Mexican Revolution’s Zapatista veteran.  By Héctor García (1923-2012)... ~D~

Morelos, Mexico, Mexican Revolution’s Zapatista veteran. By Héctor García

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