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Pancho Villa

José Doroteo Arango Arámbula June 1878 – 20 July – better known by his pseudonym Francisco Villa or his nickname Pancho Villa – was one of the most prominent Mexican Revolutionary generals.

Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923), left, sits against a tree with a fellow soldier following the Mexican Revolution of 1911. Many of Pancho Villa's soldiers were indigenous Yaqui Indians and they were very fond of smoking 'motas' – marijuana cigarettes. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Pancho Villa

Francisco Pancho Villa, with whom members of my family fought with.

WikiMexico - Fierro, Rodolfo Fierro, Rodolfo, (El Charay, Sin., 1880 - Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chih., 1915). Era ferrocarrilero al momento de iniciar la revolución. Fue uno de los principales lugartenientes de Francisco Villa, conocido como ""el carnicero"", porque solía asesinar a mansalva y era sumamente sanguinario. Participó en la mayoría de las batallas de la División del Norte en las cuales se caracterizó por su valor y audacia. Murió ahogado al intentar cruzar una laguna en Casas…

Pancho Villa was probably the best-known of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution. Here are some fun facts about Pancho Villa.

Los generales Rodolfo Fierro, Francisco Villa y Hugh Lenox Scott a la salida de  amistosa reunión en El Paso, Texas 1914

Los generales Rodolfo Fierro, Francisco Villa y Hugh Lenox Scott a la salida de amistosa reunión en El Paso, Texas 1914

Pancho Villa....compañero saludos 05 de junio 1878.

Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa sits on horseback, wearing a straw hat and ammunition strapped across his shoulders, (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Villa muy joven, en elegante traje de civil FOTO: Agencia /EL UNIVERSAL,http://www.youtube.com/NinaOhman

Villa muy joven, en elegante traje de civil FOTO: Agencia /EL UNIVERSAL,http://www.youtube.com/NinaOhman

En la Revolución Villa con Calixtlo Contreras

Calixto Contreras (left) with Pancho Villa. Contreras fought against the rebellion of Pascual Orozco

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Pancho Villa - Following guerilla leader Pancho Villa’s raid on Columbus, New Mexico (in which 16 Americans died), President Wilson sent Gen. “Blackjack” Pershing and 10,000 soldiers into the mountains of northern Mexico to hunt Villa down. The mission ultimately failed but Mexicans viewed the act as an unjust invasion. It is said that the pejorative designation “gringo” came from this time, as US soldiers clad in olive uniforms were met with cries of “Green, Go!”

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