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1917 Battles


Throughout 1917, the American and Mexican soldiers went about recapturing cities that had been captured, then lost some again to the Anishinabe military, then captured them again. Among these battles include the battles for control of the southern Mexican cities of Cuautla; Cuernavaca; Jonacatepec; Vautepec; and Zacualpan. Also in 1917, the American and Mexican soldiers forced their way into the State of Morelos and established a permanent presence there but not without the Anishinabe soldiers of Morelos fleeing to the mountains to carry out a guerilla war against their white enemies, as they had done in northern Mexico. In 1918, the so called Mexican Revolution was officially over. However, that was not the case in northern Mexico where a guerilla war was being fought. On November 11, 1918, the war was officially called history.



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