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With masks with mustaches, this was the representation of the Mexican Revolution

The federal government performed the representation of the Mexican Revolution, which this Friday celebrates the 110th anniversary of its beginning.

In the staging, held at the Monument to the Revolution, the use of masks with mustaches of various actors who gave life to Francisco I. Madero, Francisco Villa and Porfirio Díaz stood out.

We present you some images.

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Arrest of Madero on June 7, 1910 in Monterrey, Nuevo León.

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Re-election of Díaz as President of Mexico

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Madero writes the Plan of San Luis in the penitentiary of that city.

It had 15 articles in which it called for the start of an armed insurrection at 6:00 p.m. on November 20, 1910 to demand the resignation of Díaz.

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Madero escapes from San Luis Potosí. Later he would take refuge in San Antonio, Texas.

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In that city, Madero was able to print and distribute five thousand copies of the plan.

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Beginning of the Mexican Revolution in Gómez Palacio, Durango.

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Francisco Villa and Pascual Orozco.

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Madero returned to Mexico in February 1911.

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Interview between Madero and Villa in March 1911.

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The revolutionary troops take Ciudad Juárez on May 8, 1911.

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Signing of the Ciudad Juárez treaties, by which Díaz agreed to resign from power.

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Díaz leaves for Veracruz, from where he would undertake his exile trip to France.