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The Mexican Revolution was the largest rebellion in Mexican history. It was based on the peasants' overwhelming demand for land and for social justice. The Catholic Church was cautious to not support the revolution, which at times threatened their property ownership and political influence. However, the Calles' (above) administration felt its revolutionary reforms were threatened by the Church. As a solution to the Church's influence anti-clerical statutes of the Constitution were instituted.
Mexican Revolution Sharshooters, Vintage 1915 Real Photo Post Card. Produced by AZO (1904-1918) era with photograper W. H. Horne, El Paso, Texas a personal acquaintance of Panch Villa who was allowed to accompany the Villa Troops into battle and photograph the action. Card has a Divided Back, Unused, and in Near Mint condition. Karodens Vintage Post Cards at www.bonanza.com/booths/karoden
Mexican Revolution Executed Federal Prisoners vintage 1915 Real Photo Post Card. Produced by AZO (1904-1918) era, card has a Divided Back, Unused, and in Excellent condition. I am not certain if the photographer was W. H. Horne since photo is not signed, but I believe it was in fact Horne as he was the only photographer Pancho Villa gave access to the Battlefield to. Karodens Vintage Post Cards at www.bonanza.com/booths/karoden
Firing Squad Execution Mexican Revolution Real Photo PPost Card showing the bodies of 3 men where they fell. Produced by AZO (1918) era, photographer W. H Horne, El Paso, Texas. Card has an Undivided Back, Unused, and in Near Mint condition. Karodens Vintage Post Cards at www.bonanza.com/booths/karoden