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Estudios de historia moderna y contemporánea de México

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RAMIREZ RANCANO, Mario. Victoriano Huerta ́s bitter exile and his followers in Spain: 1914-1920. Estud. hist. mod. contemp. Mex [online]. 2018, n.55, pp.159-194. ISSN 0185-2620.

Once Victoriano Huerta resigned as President of Mexico, a large portion of politicians and military personnel took refuge in the United States, Cuba, and other countries. Huerta was exiled in Spain, as did other members of his cabinet. Since Spain was one of the countries whose government recognized Huerta, the newcomers assumed that they would receive special treatment, but that was not the case. Almost simultaneously,the Grat War began, which made the exiles’ situation even worse. Finaly, almost every one of them returned to the Americas, specially to the United States.

Keywords : Exiles; Mexican Revolution; huertism; federal army; German support.

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