Ángel de la Independencia en la Cuidad de México, D.F

Ángel de la Independencia en la Cuidad de México, D.F

Cuitláhuac, 10th tlatoani of the Aztec Empire, brother of Moctezuma II. After being held captive by the Aztecs, Cortés ordered Moctezuma to ask his people stop fighting. Moctezuma told him that they wouldn't listen to him, and in turn asked him to free his brother Cuitláhuac so he'd convince the people to stop. Once freed, Cuitláhuac led his people against the conquistadors and successfully drove them out of Tenochtitlán on June 30, 1520. After ruling for only 80 days, he died of smallpox.

Cuitláhuac, 10th tlatoani of the Aztec Empire, brother of Moctezuma II. After being held captive by the Aztecs, Cortés ordered Moctezuma to ask his people stop fighting. Moctezuma told him that they wouldn't listen to him, and in turn asked him to free his brother Cuitláhuac so he'd convince the people to stop. Once freed, Cuitláhuac led his people against the conquistadors and successfully drove them out of Tenochtitlán on June 30, 1520. After ruling for only 80 days, he died of smallpox.

Montezuma II Xocoyotzin (also known as Moctezuma II, Motekosoma, Motecuhzoma or Moteuczoma) was born in 1466 and died 30th of June 1520. He was last Tlatoani (ruler) of Aztec (Mexicas) before arrival of Hernán Cortés and his conquistadors. Montezuma was considered to be absolute monarch – he ruled Aztec people during the period of greatest power and prosperity of city-state Tenochtitlan. During his reign Mexicas’ Empire reached its maximal size.

Montezuma II Xocoyotzin (also known as Moctezuma II, Motekosoma, Motecuhzoma or Moteuczoma) was born in 1466 and died 30th of June 1520. He was last Tlatoani (ruler) of Aztec (Mexicas) before arrival of Hernán Cortés and his conquistadors. Montezuma was considered to be absolute monarch – he ruled Aztec people during the period of greatest power and prosperity of city-state Tenochtitlan. During his reign Mexicas’ Empire reached its maximal size.

los ninos heroes | Rinden sencillo homenaje a los Niños Héroes - The Niños Héroes (in English: Boy Heroes), also known as the Heroic Cadets or Boy Soldiers, were six Mexican teenage military cadets. These cadets died defending Mexico at Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle (then serving as the Mexican Army's military academy) from invading U.S. forces in the 13 September 1847 Battle of Chapultepec, during the Mexican–American War.

los ninos heroes | Rinden sencillo homenaje a los Niños Héroes - The Niños Héroes (in English: Boy Heroes), also known as the Heroic Cadets or Boy Soldiers, were six Mexican teenage military cadets. These cadets died defending Mexico at Mexico City's Chapultepec Castle (then serving as the Mexican Army's military academy) from invading U.S. forces in the 13 September 1847 Battle of Chapultepec, during the Mexican–American War.

La penitenciaria de Lecumberri ( El Palacio Negro ) en la capital de México por el año de 1910

La penitenciaria de Lecumberri ( El Palacio Negro ) en la capital de México por el año de 1910


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Abril 21 de 1914  | Tropas norteamericanas toman Veracruz; tratan de evitar que Huerta reciba armas de Alemania. Venustiano Carranza rechaza la intervención. | #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/4/21041914.html

Abril 21 de 1914 | Tropas norteamericanas toman Veracruz; tratan de evitar que Huerta reciba armas de Alemania. Venustiano Carranza rechaza la intervención. | #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/4/21041914.html

Retrato de José María Morelos y Pavón  Francisco de Paula Sánchez  1890  Óleo sobre tela  168 x 120 x 7 cm.   Colección Museo de Historia Mexicana        Ubicación: Museo de Historia Mexicana

Retrato de José María Morelos y Pavón Francisco de Paula Sánchez 1890 Óleo sobre tela 168 x 120 x 7 cm. Colección Museo de Historia Mexicana Ubicación: Museo de Historia Mexicana

Marzo 11 de 1915  Las fuerzas del Ejército del Sur de Emiliano Zapata, ocupan la ciudad de México en nombre de la Convención de Aguascalientes. | #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/3/11031915.html

Marzo 11 de 1915 Las fuerzas del Ejército del Sur de Emiliano Zapata, ocupan la ciudad de México en nombre de la Convención de Aguascalientes. | #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/3/11031915.html

Agosto 20 de 1914  | Carranza entra a la capital después de que hace cinco días lo hicieron las tropas constitucionalistas y asume el poder ejecutivo. |   #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/8/20081914.html

Agosto 20 de 1914 | Carranza entra a la capital después de que hace cinco días lo hicieron las tropas constitucionalistas y asume el poder ejecutivo. | #Memoria #Politica de #Mexico | http://memoriapoliticademexico.org/Efemerides/8/20081914.html

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Efemérides INEHRM.- 15 de mayo de 1847. Ocupación de la ciudad de Puebla por el Ejército Norteamericano. En marzo de 1847, Estados Unidos bombardeó y capturó el puerto de Veracruz, como parte de su campaña de invasión de nuestro país. Inmediatamente, las tropas mandadas por el General Winfield Scott avanzaron hacia el interior, teniendo como objetivo final la ciudad de México.

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Jose de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori, President of Mexico 1876-1911. Fought against the french army, also against Juarez and Lerdo de Tejada.

Jose de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz Mori, President of Mexico 1876-1911. Fought against the french army, also against Juarez and Lerdo de Tejada.

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts), Mexico City, Mexico by israel,

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Palace of Fine Arts), Mexico City, Mexico by israel,

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