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The US and Mexico. Mexican Revolution Diaz 1877 - 1884 Harsh rule, imprisonment, poverty Madero Mexican Revolution Mexican emigration Huerta Wilson would.

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Presentation on theme: "The US and Mexico. Mexican Revolution Diaz 1877 - 1884 Harsh rule, imprisonment, poverty Madero Mexican Revolution Mexican emigration Huerta Wilson would."— Presentation transcript:

1 The US and Mexico

2 Mexican Revolution Diaz Harsh rule, imprisonment, poverty Madero Mexican Revolution Mexican emigration Huerta Wilson would not recognize Huerta US sells arms to forces opposing Huerta Blockade of foreign trade to Huerta

3 Wilson = Watchful Waiting US sailors arrested Returned with apology but no 21 gun salute or punishment for arresting officer German ship en route to Vera Cruz US takes over Vera Cruz ABC Powers (Argentina, Brazil, Chile) July 1914 – Huerta flees

4 Aug 1914 – Carranza takes over Mexico City October 1915– US withdraws January 1916 – 18 Americans killed Wilson deploys John J. Pershing and 15,000 troops Troops withdrawn in 1916 Mexico in civil war until 1920


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