This is La Adelita , the lady of the revolution. She was during Mexican revolution as the leader of women. Today, during the celebration women dress in similar suits in honor of Adelita . Like many other revelations people looked up to the Americans because the Americans were the first successful country to rebel and succeed.

This is La Adelita , the lady of the revolution. She was during Mexican revolution as the leader of women. Today, during the celebration women dress in similar suits in honor of Adelita . Like many other revelations people looked up to the Americans because the Americans were the first successful country to rebel and succeed.

Incredible photo series by Mexican historical photographer Agustín Victor Casasola 'Slaves of the Moment'.

Incredible photo series by Mexican historical photographer Agustín Victor Casasola 'Slaves of the Moment'.

Emiliano Zapata Salazar was a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution.

This Collection Of War Photography Holds Some Of The Most Haunting Images You'll Ever See

Boy soldiers during the Mexican Revolution, 1915.[449x720]

Boy soldiers during the Mexican Revolution, 1915.[449x720]

Lmao!!! Pancho Villa calling out Los Gringos (White people). Pancho Villa was one of the most prominent Mexican Revolutionary generals.

Lmao!!! Pancho Villa calling out Los Gringos (White people). Pancho Villa was one of the most prominent Mexican Revolutionary generals.

comiccartography: map of Mexico with major figures from the Mexican Revolution Dave Ortega (daveortega) Abuela y los Dead Mexicans

comiccartography: map of Mexico with major figures from the Mexican Revolution Dave Ortega (daveortega) Abuela y los Dead Mexicans

Emiliano Zapata  (1879-1919) ~ a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution

Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) ~ a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution

In the 1850s Europeans from Germany, Poland and Czech republic migrated to Texas and Mexico. Bringing with them their style of music and dance. They brought with them the Waltz, Polkas and other popular forms of music and dance. However it was not until the Mexican Revolution ( 1910-1917) that forced many of these Europeans to flee Mexico and into South Texas, that their musical influence was to have a major impact on Tejanos.

In the 1850s Europeans from Germany, Poland and Czech republic migrated to Texas and Mexico. Bringing with them their style of music and dance. They brought with them the Waltz, Polkas and other popular forms of music and dance. However it was not until the Mexican Revolution ( 1910-1917) that forced many of these Europeans to flee Mexico and into South Texas, that their musical influence was to have a major impact on Tejanos.

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