Панчо Виља

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Панчо Виља
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Генерал Панчо Виља
Пуно имеДоротео Аранго Арамбула
Датум рођења(1878-06-05)5. јун 1878.
Место рођењаРио Гранде
 Мексико
Датум смрти23. јул 1923.(1923-07-23) (45 год.)
Место смртиИдалго дел Парал
 Мексико

Доротео Аранго Арамбула (шп. Doroteo Arango Arámbula; Рио Гранде, 5. јун 1878Идалго дел Парал, 20. јул 1923),[1] познатији као Франсиско „Панчо“ Виља (шп. Francisco "Pancho" Villa), је био један од вођа Мексичке револуције између 1911. и 1920.[2] Имао је одлучујућу улогу у обарању режима Викторијана Уерте. Такође је био привремени гувернер северне мексичке државе Чивава између 1913. и 1914. Његова породица је баскијског порекла. У то време у Мексику је био познат и као „Кентаур са севера“ (шп. El centauro del norte), због својих славних јуриша коњице чији је био генерал. У Мексику, Панчо Виља је херој и многе улице и квартови носе његово име.

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Референце[уреди | уреди извор]

  1. ^ „Pancho Villa | Real Name, Death, & Facts”. Encyclopedia Britannica (на језику: енглески). Приступљено 2021-01-31. 
  2. ^ Ph. D., Spanish; M. A., Spanish; B. A., Spanish. „How Pancho Villa Helped Lead the Mexican Revolution”. ThoughtCo (на језику: енглески). Приступљено 2021-01-31. 

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