This is La Adelita , the lady of the revolution. She was during Mexican revolution as the leader of women. Today, during the celebration women dress in similar suits in honor of Adelita . Like many other revelations people looked up to the Americans because the Americans were the first successful country to rebel and succeed.

This is La Adelita , the lady of the revolution. She was during Mexican revolution as the leader of women. Today, during the celebration women dress in similar suits in honor of Adelita . Like many other revelations people looked up to the Americans because the Americans were the first successful country to rebel and succeed.

Mexican Revolution.................El líder de las autodefensas Dr. José Manuel Mireles, detenido la semana pasada en Michoacán. Liberen a Mireles!!! Ya!

Photos of the Mexican Revolution

Mexican Revolution.................El líder de las autodefensas Dr. José Manuel Mireles, detenido la semana pasada en Michoacán. Liberen a Mireles!!! Ya!

Incredible photo series by Mexican historical photographer Agustín Victor Casasola 'Slaves of the Moment'.

Incredible photo series by Mexican historical photographer Agustín Victor Casasola 'Slaves of the Moment'.

Boy soldiers during the Mexican Revolution, 1915.[449x720]

Boy soldiers during the Mexican Revolution, 1915.[449x720]

Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) ~ a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution

Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919) ~ a leading figure in the Mexican Revolution

Soldiers leaving to fight in the war : photo taken during the Mexican revolution (1910-1920)  #Train #Tren #Revolucion

Soldiers leaving to fight in the war : photo taken during the Mexican revolution (1910-1920) #Train #Tren #Revolucion

Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923), left, sits against a tree with a fellow soldier following the Mexican Revolution of 1911. Many of Pancho Villa's soldiers were indigenous Yaqui Indians and they were very fond of smoking 'motas' – marijuana cigarettes. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923), left, sits against a tree with a fellow soldier following the Mexican Revolution of 1911. Many of Pancho Villa's soldiers were indigenous Yaqui Indians and they were very fond of smoking 'motas' – marijuana cigarettes. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

This book reinvigorates the debate on the Mexican Revolution, exploring what this pivotal event meant to women. The contributors offer a fresh look at women's participation in their homes and workplac

The Women's Revolution in Mexico, 1910-1953 (Hardcover)

This book reinvigorates the debate on the Mexican Revolution, exploring what this pivotal event meant to women. The contributors offer a fresh look at women's participation in their homes and workplac

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