100 mitos de la historia de México
1Book - 2011 | Spanish
Do dark events lurk behind the figures of Miguel Hidalgo, Benito Ju#65533;rez, Francisco Villa o Venustiano Carranza? Who were the true creators or the Mexican nation: heroes or outlaws, dictators or tireless individuals in search for justice? Has the Church played a hand in Mexico's politics? With his distinctive sharp and marvelously documented style, Francisco Mart#65533;n Moreno answers these and many other questions related to Mexico's dazzling history and its most obscure moments. 100 mitos de la historia de M#65533;xico recovers reliable documents and harsh dissertations on the laws, wars, dominations and mandates. Supported by a revealing bibliography, this work draws the true face of the nation; it brings to our attention the greatest errors of the government heads and their bloody plots, but also describes heroes and memorable events in the lives of true patriots. Mexico's official history will tremble at its roots.
Publisher: Mexico, D.F. : Aguilar, c2011
Edition: 1. ed
Branch Call Number: 972 M366c 2011
Characteristics: 375 p. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Cien mitos de la historia de México