Evaluate the success of the Mexican Revolution up to 1928
To what extent were the Revolutionaries' goals achieved?
Look in the 972s
The Aftermath of the Mexican Revolution by Susan Provost Beller
Call Number: 972.081 Bel
Publication Date: 2008
Traces the chaos the ensued in the aftermath of the Mexican Revolution in the early 1900s that led to the creation of a new Mexican constitution in 1917.
The Mexican Revolution by R. Conrad Stein
Call Number: 972.0816 Ste
Publication Date: 2007
A brief history of the Mexican Revolution at the beginning of the twentieth century, describing how the armies of Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata helped to overthrow the dictator Porfirio Diaz only to confront Villa's nephew Victoriano Huerta as generals fought one another for control of the country.
The Secret War in Mexico by Friedrich Katz
Call Number: 972.08 Kat
Publication Date: 1981
Europe, the United States, and the Mexican Revolution
Can be viewed either in flash or with html. This site gives history as well as images to the events that create "a chronicle of Mexico from approximately 1857 to 1923, a chronicle explored in the History and Chronology sections of the resource."
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