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Doroteo Arango Arambula (better known as Pancho Villa) was one of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution, which was decisive military action to defeat the regime of Victoriano Huerta. Born in San Juan del Rio (Durango) on 5 June 1878 and was killed in an ambush in Hidalgo del Parral (Chihuahua) on 20 July 1923. Orphan, had an unhappy childhood and very rebellious behavior in adolescence.It was a woodcutter, farmer and businessman, before becoming a revolutionary military. During the revolution was known as “El Centauro del Norte”. He was one of the main contributors to the president, Francisco I. Madero. Madero was assassinated along with being vice president, during the Ten Days led by the traitors, Bernardo Reyes, Felix Diaz and Victoriano Huerta. Lawyer, poet, writer, born on September 8, 1869 in Tenosique, Tabasco, the son of Master Alfredo Pino House, grandson of Don Pedro Sainz de Baranda, nephew of General Pedro Joaquin Baranda and Bachelor Casas s. Upon receipt of the legal career he moved to Yucatan to practice his profession there and lead the newspaper “The Peninsula” which was proclaimed by the peasant class. As a member of the National Party Antirreeleccionista, joined President Francisco I. Madero when it passed over the Yucatan making his first tour. Pino organized groups loyal to Tabasco and Yucatan. Moreover, when Madero was imprisoned in San Luis Potosi, Pino wrote him regularly informed of revolutionary progress in Yucatan and Tabasco. When Madero was released from prison, he assumed the provisional presidency under the Plan of San Luis Pino appointed governor of Yucatan, serving in these terms from 5 June to 8 August 1911. After the formation of the cabinet in Ciudad Juarez, Madero Pino appointed Attorney General, a post he led until the 13th November. He won elections in November 1911 when Jose Maria Pino Suarez became Vice President, when the Anti-reelectionist Party had a candidate for this position and as President Francisco I. Madero. Just installed the new government, the enemies he began directing his attack mainly affront Madero and Pino Suarez, who had to relinquish their positions on 19 February 1913 during the revolt known as the Ten Days. Ever loyal to Madero, Pino was also killed by him and by the same cause.On 22 February 1913, killed near the Federal District Penitentiary, where they moved with the premeditated intention of killing them on the road. In the field of letters that included Jose Maria Pino Suarez was the author of “melancholy” and “storming”. Venustiano Carranza Garza (Cuatro Cienegas, Coahuila, December 29, 1859 – Tlaxcalantongo, Puebla, 21 May 1920).

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