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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Xaltepec lay at the southeastern extreme of the Aztec empire about eight
hundred miles away from Tenochtitlán . The distance that Motecuhzoma ' s army
had to cover was so great that careful planning was necessary to ensure that
food and ...
with his army and his strength of character will make short work of this revolt . " 19
Escandón ' s confidence in Don Porfirio ' s military invulnerability reflected the
conventional wisdom of the day . The annual parades of the army and Rurales ...
nephew , Félix Díaz , rallied the local army garrison in an attempt to topple the
government . Madero was again able to command the loyalty of most of the army
. Forced to surrender , Félix Díaz was court - martialed and condemned to death ...
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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
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Birth of the Spanish City
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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