The Mexican Revolution by Neftalí G. García
Legacy of Courage

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This book narrates the story of the 1910 Mexican Revolution. It was a period of rebellion and ruthless violence. It reports the major events that shaped a nation’s character. It follows the lives of the major players of Heliosian power who led the revolution and sacrificed their lives for it. Parts of the book are fictionalized for dramatic purposes. These are in italics. Finally the story raises the moral question “How is it that ordinary men find the courage to put their lives on the line for an idea?”

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Published November 24, 2010 by Xlibris. 240 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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