Presentation on theme: "The Mexican Revolution David Siquieros Mural: “Poeple in Arms”"— Presentation transcript:
The Mexican Revolution David Siquieros Mural: “Poeple in Arms”
Porfirio Díaz ( ) Los Rurales
David Siquieros Mural: "Don Porfirio [Diaz] and his Courtesans" A Mural by Diego Rivera The Decadence of the Porfiriato
Recardo Flores Magón The Partido Liberal Mexicano (PLM) and
General Bernardo Reyes Partido Democrático
Francisco Madero and Pascual Orozco
Francisco Madero Party: Anti- Reelection Center of Mexico Plan: Plan of San Luis Postosí
Madero entered Mexico City to triumphal acclaim in early June 1911.
Emiliano Zapata ( ) David Siquieros‘ “Zapata on Horseback”
Zapatistas moving to take cornfields.
General Bernardo Reyes Félix Díaz General Vitoriano Huerta Henry Lane Wilson Fraincisco Madero Madero fell to a military coup in February of 1913
Venustiano Carranza ( ) “Plan of Guadalupe”
April 1914: President Wilson sends U.S. troops to occupy Veracruz
Monuments to the Defenders of Veracruz against U.S. troops U.S. troop ship
Venutiano Carranza and Alvaro Obregón
Villa and Zapata in Mexico City November, 1914
Alvaro Obregón ( )
Plutarco Elías Calles
Between 1910 and 1920, between 1.5 and 2 million Mexican lost their lives in the Revolution. The census takers in 1920 counted almost a million fewer Mexican than they had found only a decade before.