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The picture shows a group of rebels in Orozco's camp. Pascual Orozco Vazquez was one of the leaders of the Mexican Revolution. Together with Pancho Villa he commanded Madero's army during the First Battle of Ciudad Juárez. The image highlights two figures in this group, Eduardo Hay and Giuseppe Garibaldi:
Eduardo Hay was a Mexican general, diplomat and politician. He was one of the founding members of the political party Partido Nacional Antireeleccionista, which was launched by Francisco I. Madero in 1909. Hay fought in the Mexican Revolution until he was wounded in August 1911. After, he worked for the different Mexican governments, especially as diplomat abroad. From 1935 to 1940 he was Secretary of State during the government of Lázaro Cárdenas.
The Italian Giuseppe Garibaldi II served in various wars around the world before and after joining Madero's army in 1910. He is especially honored for his actions in the battle of Nuevo Casas Grandes. Between Garibaldi and Hay is Col. Mariano Hernandez of Guadalupe de Sauceria, Chihuahua. To Eduardo Hay's right is Raul Madero(Francisco Madero's brother).

Uploaded on 07.25.2014 by El Paso Museum of History

Collection: Leigh W. Osborn Photograph Collection

Accession no: PH026-1-1-012

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1910 - 1919), Revolution

  • Mexican Revolution
  • war
  • Revolucion Mexicana
  • guerra

THANKS for sharing this photo, the man with the white beard in between Garibaldi and Hay is my great great grandfather, Col. Mariano Hernandez of Guadalupe de Sauceria, Chihuahua. Thank yoou.

Thank you for giving us the information about your Great Great Grandfather.

To Eduardo Hay's right is Raul Madero (Francisco Madero's brother). Thank you.

Added between Garibaldi and Hay is Col. Mariano Hernandez of Guadalupe de Sauceria, Chihuahua. To Eduardo Hay's right is Raul Madero(Francisco Madero's brother).

I teach high school Latin American History and thanks to my cousin Reinato Olivas just discovered my great great great grandfather is Mariano Olivas. My dad remembers his Tata Mariano yet never told us about him until Reinato shared this picture with us. Fills me with great pride as I've taught and studied the Mexican Revolution. Wish I would've known this in college so I could brag to my awesome professor. Thanks for the archives. I hope to visit one day.

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