The Casa Cultura in Tlaxcala has a photo exhibit featiring Revolution & post Revolution photos. Its nice to take a peek at the past once in awhile.
Gen. Obregon, Panch Villa & Black Jack Pershing
For instance here’s Obregon, Villa & Pershing, all on a friendly basis at the time…later on Pershing would chase Villa all over Mexico and never catch him. Sort of like chasing Osama Bin Laden these days.
Military Intelligence is sort of a contradictory term.
To see the Photo exhibit go to this link.
Puebla celebrated the 148th Anniversary of the defeat of French Invaders at the Battle of Cinco de Mayo with a two hour Parade. Many bands, floats and Military personell marched in it.
Cinco de Mayo parade...Puebla, Mexico
To see more of the parade go to this link….
Did you know …… Robert Louis Stevenson while in the port of Ensenada, waiting for his ship to go to Hawaii, wrote part of his book, “Treasure Island”.
Lucia Zarate, billed as the worlds smallest lady, at the age of 18 weighed 2 kilos, born in Sonora, Mexico, she worked on the Barnum & Bailey Circus. She died at the age of 26 from hypothermia, when the circus train got stranded in the Rocky Mountains during a blizzard (1890).
The Scwartz & Meurer Construction Company along with architect Gustav Eiffel of tower fame, designed and built the kiosko (bandstand) in Cuernavaca, the Church in Santa Rosalia, Baja California and the American Consulate building in Puebla, Puebla (now VIPS Restaurant.).
Malcolm Lowry, Author of “Under the Volcano” was deported twice from Mexico, both times for barroom brawls…(What an honor).
Dictator Porfirio Diaz gave William Randolph Hearst(Pattys grandad), 2 and a half million acres of land in Mexico so that he would only write positive stories about his Presidency in his newspapers. (talk about the ministry of propaganda, makes you wonder if the sinking of the Maine was real or not).