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1 Harris III, Charles H. and Sadler, Louis R. The Secret War in El Paso: Mexican Revolutionary Intrigue, 1906-1920
Albuquerque, NM University of New Mexico Press 2009 0826346529 / 9780826346520 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine Photos by Carrieri, Mario 
xv, 488 pp, red clothcovered boards w/gilt lettering on the spine, red dj w/black-and-white pictorial front panel and tan-white lettering. The Mexican Revolution (1910-1920) could not have succeeded without the United States. The United States did not overtly intervene, but it supported one faction over another by extednign or withholding diplomatic recognition, imposing or lifting arms embargos, and selecting applying neutrality laws. The FBI closely monitored revolutionary activity and amassed a huge archive, some eighty thousand pages bearing on the Mexican Revolution. For over a decade, El Paso was the base of operations for constant intrigue involving U.S. and Mexican authorities, Mexican revolutionists, and others. The city was inundated with refugees and was a magnet attracting revoluionists, adventurers, smugglers, gunrunners, counterfeiters, propagandists,s secret agents, double agents, criminals, and confidence men. 
Price: 44.63 USD
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2 Harris III, Charles H. and Sadler, Louis R. The Texas Rangers and the Mexican Revolution : The Bloodiest Decade, 1910-1920
Albuquerque, NM University of New Mexico Press 2007 0826334849 / 9780826334848 First Paperback Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ No Jacket Photos & Maps 
xiv, 673 pp, glossy SC wraps w/ brown pictorial front panel and w/light brown-tan spine and rear cover w/tan-red-black-wht lettering. The law places the Ranger Force of the State under direct command of the Governor, and they operate altogether under in his direction. The decade 1910-1920 was the bloodiest in the controversial history of the Texas Rangers. The authors uncovered the clandestine role of Mexican President Venustiano Carranza in the border violence. The document two virtually unknow invasions of Texas by Mexican Troops acting under Carranza's orders. The irredentist conspiracy called for the execution of all Anglo males sixteen or older and the establishment of a Hispanic republic. The "LPlan de San Diego" caused the govenor of Texas to order the Texas Rangers to wipe out the insurgency along the border. small ding on the front hinge. 
Price: 33.96 USD
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