On November 20, 1910 Francisco I. Madero started the Mexican Revolution. It was the first revolution of the 20th Century. This movement’s main goal was to remove president Porfirio Diaz from power. During 10 years many leaders were involved in this fight. In northern Mexico Pancho Villa became a key figure while in southern Mexico Emiliano Zapata was very charismatic amongst the peasants who wanted to recover their land. However, an anonymous key figure during the revolution were the women who were represented by the brave “Adelitas” who were immortalized in a couple of “Revolution” songs.
El 20 de noviembre de 1910 el coahuilense Francisco I. Madero inicia la Revolución que buscaba retirar del poder al presidente oaxaqueño Porfirio Diaz. Fue la primera revolución del Siglo XX. Durante los 10 años que duró la revolución hubo muchos personajes que participaron en ella destacando el duranguense Pancho Villa y el morelense Emiliano Zapata quienes movilizaron masas de gente en el norte y sur del país. Sin embargo, es importante resaltar el rol que la mujer mexicana tuvo durante el conflicto armado. Estas mujeres anónimas quedaron inmortalizadas con el nombre de “Adelita” en un par de corridos revolucionarios.
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