La Capital: The Biography of Mexico City
Random House, 1988 - 640 σελίδες
The history of Mexico City is a sweeping, dramatic saga of individuals confronting victory and defeat, opulence and misery, euphoria and catastrophe. A colorful panorama, told by a Latin American correspondent of the New York Times. 16 pages of photos.
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But Cortés was mistaken in believing that the Aztecs would resign themselves to
the overthrow of their religion as easily as the Totonacs did in Veracruz . In the
weeks ahead , the Aztec priests preached that Huitzilopochtli had ordered his ...
But by holding Veracruz and other Gulf ports , the liberals were able to control the
customs receipts that traditionally financed government and to receive military
supplies from abroad . With the experience gained from their initial defeats , a ...
His father , back in Veracruz , joined a minor armed revolt against the Calles
government in 1928 , and committed suicide rather than surrender to the federal
troops . Only the intercession of Miguel Alemán ' s university professors — some
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Kandell, former Latin American correspondent for the New York Times and a native of Mexico City, has written a magnificent 700-year history of the first big city of the new world, today its largest ... Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής
The Valley and Its First Inhabitants
The Cannibal Empire
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Crisis mexicana de los noventa y la esperanza del nuevo milenio
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Aztecs, Moors, and Christians: Festivals of Reconquest in Mexico and Spain
Περιορισμένη προεπισκόπηση - 2000