The Mexican Empire was created immediately after the independence of the new country and lasted relatively shortly from 1821 to 1823, when it was disbanded under the Casa Mata Plan and the emperor was forced into exile in Europe. Subsequently, a republic is created.
The Mexican Revolution was an armed conflict that began because of the need for socio-political reforms in Mexico, as well as the ongoing government of Porfírio Díaz for more than 30 years, which was the cause of this situation. It was the first major social revolution in Latin America. The revolution began with P. Díaz and ended with the work of L. Cárdenas. During it, many presidents took turns, many reforms were adopted and the constitution was adopted.
The second part of the revolution begins when a state first takes place in the country by military units and gen. Huerto. Governor Carranza declares disobedience, forms an army, and finally succeeds in overthrowing Huerto, convening Congress to approve the constitution. Gradually, the country is pacified and revolutionary ideas are institutionalized.
The Mexico-Guatemala conflict began on December 31, 1958, when Mexican fishing boats were attacked by the Guatemlay Air Force as they fished in the territorial waters of Guatemala.
The result was 4 fishermen dead and 14 injured. The 10 surviving fishermen were detained and interrogated by the Guatemalan army. The event resulted in the severance of diplomatic and trade relations, the activation of the armed forces of both countries and the destruction of the border bridge between the two countries.
2. french intervention was, in fact, a free continuation of the War of Reform, during which Mexican Conservative circles seized their second chance. The culmination was for a short time an attempt to establish a second empire, which, however, after the withdrawal of intervention troops quickly ended in the defeat and execution of the leaders of the monarchy.
The first French intervention in Mexico, also known as the dessert or cake war, is a problem to be named as it is nicknamed Guerra de los pasteles in the original. This conflict took place between April 16, 1838 and March 9, 1839 and was the first armed conflict between the two countries.
This section discusses the beginnings of the Mexican independence movement, the socio-economic conditions in New Spain. The independence movement was born out of a conspiracy and especially a conspiracy in Querétaro. After its discovery, the priest Hidalgo begins a fight for independence together with his comrades-in-arms. Over time, he and the first leaders of the movement are captured and executed, but the movement continues and the fight continues.
After the execution of the first leaders of the independence movement, new fighters enter and the struggle for independence continues, gradually becoming partisan, until A. Iturbide joins the movement from personal motives, who together with V. Guerrero draw up a plan from Igual and three guarantees. Subsequently, almost all parties join the fight, and with a little luck, independence is signed in Mexico D.F. and the Mexican Empire is formed.
The war for reform was a conflict between liberal and conservative forces in Mexican society. The war lasted about three years and ended with the victory of the liberal forces, but also the depletion of the country's forces and resources.
" Long live Mexico, " said the ingenious filmmaker Sergei Eisenstein in the 1930s with an unfinished celluloid band. The same genius as a well-serving genius was repeated ( albeit sometimes with unwanted irony ) to the world by crowds of contemporary Mexicans. The United Mexican States, as their homeland is officially called, reminded themselves and others that it was a long time ago when they were a dependent territory of one of Europe's oldest colonial "homelands," Spain.