Mexican Revolution - The Interim Government Negotiated Pancho Villa's Surrender
Place: Mexico City, Mexico
Details: The interim government of Adolfo de la Huerta negotiated Pancho Villa's surrender in 1920, rewarding him with a hacienda where he lived in peace.
Mexican Revolution-The October 1913 Elections
Oct, 1913 - Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Revolution-Alvaro Obregón was elected President
Tuesday Oct 26, 1920 - Mexico City, Mexico
Pelé-1970 World Cup
Tuesday Jul 21, 1970 - Aztec Stadium, Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Revolution-The Díaz Regime Had become Highly Authoritarian
1910 - Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican Revolution-The Office of vice President was Revived
1906 - Mexico City, Mexico
Josip Broz Tito-The Communist Party of Yugoslavia
Jan, 1920 - Zagreb, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
Hirohito-The Rank of Major in the Army
1920 - Tokyo, Japan
Lucky Luciano-Met the Future leaders
1920 - U.S.
Harry S. Truman-A Major
1920 - Missouri, U.S.
Walt Disney-Disney and Iwerks Were Laid off
Jan, 1920 - Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.