Bicentenario

Colegio Mexiquense de Educación Técnica

INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………… 3
CENTENARY OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION……………… 3
Mexican Revolution………………………………………………. 3
Precedents of the Centenary…………………………………. 5
BICENTENARY OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF MEXICO……. 5
Conclusion………………………………………………………….. 7
Bibliography…………………………………………………………………. 8

INTRODUCTION
The content of this test is born of theneed to know more on our history, doing emphasis of some determinant moments in our history as they it are: the Centenary Mexican Revolution and the Bicentenary of the Independence of Mexico.
CENTENARY OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION

He is known by the name of Centenary of the Mexican Revolution to the group of festivities that were realized in Mexico to celebrate 100 years of the beginning of thefight of the Mexican Revolution. And that were realized of parallel form by the feasts of the Bicentenary of the Mexican Independence; in the year 2010.
Mexican revolution
The Mexican Revolution was an armed conflict that took place in Mexico from November 20, 1910, coming to his culmination in 1917 with the proclamation of the Mexican Constitution of 1917. Historically, it is in the habit of beingrecounted as the most important social event of the 20th century in Mexico. The facts go back directly to the figure of Porfirio Díaz, politician and military man of origin oaxaqueño, notably for fighting in wars of national importance and that, by then, it had remained in the power like a dictatorship that extended for more than thirty years. Though the country experienced an economic growthduring his mandate, the situation changed in the first decade of the 20th century, when exploded diverse economic, political, social and cultural crises, which caused discomfort towards the president and his group of relatives between the population. After Díaz assured in an interview an American reporter that he would move back on having finished his mandate and that it would not look for thereelection, the political situation began to be waved, before which opponents arose groups to the governmental party. Francisco I. Log, politician coahuilense, realized diverse tours in the country with a view to forming a political party that was choosing his candidates in a national assembly and was competing in the choices. Nevertheless, Díaz returned to contend for the presidency and Log Fortuneaccused of sedition was imprisoned in San Luis' condition. During his confinement there were carried out the choices, in which Díaz turned out to be triumphant.
Madero managed to escape of the state prison and fled to the United States, from where it threw a manifest known as San Luis' Plan, in which it was calling to taking the weapon against the government of Díaz for November 20, 1910. The armedconflict took place in the first instance to the north of the country and later it expanded to the whole national territory. As soon as the revolutionary forces took City Juárez, in the condition of Chihuahua, Porfirio Díaz he presented his resignation and went into exile in France.
In 1911 new choices were realized, where it turned out to be an elect Log. It is necessary to add that, from thebeginning of his mandate, it had differences with other revolutionary and even some leaders as Emiliano Zapata and Pascual Orozco they rebelled against his government. In 1913 a counter-revolutionary movement headed by Félix Díaz (nephew of Porfirio), the general Bernardo Reyes (former military man porfirista) and Victoriano Huerta, gave a coup d'état known as the Tragic Dozen, which ended with thepresidency of Log. The previous thing gave place to which Garden was assuming the presidency, before which some revolutionary figures, between which Venustiano Carranza and Francisco Villa stood out, got up against the new government. After little more than one year of fight, and as soon as the Americans were taking the port of Veracruz, Garden resigned the presidency and fled of the country....
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