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The Battle of Zacatecas June 23, 1914
On this date, either a large force of soldiers from the Anishinabe Confederation of northern Mexico, or from the American-Mexican alliance, forced their way into the Mexican city of Zacatecas, then captured the city. They either likely came from the Torreon region (if they were Anishinabe), or from the Pacific (if they were American). They inflicted 1,000s of casualties on the Mexican soldiers and forced over 10,000 to flee the city. With this victory, either the Anishinabe military was in control of the Zacatecas region, or the whites were. A couple of weeks later, the Americans and their Mexican allies, captured the important Mexican city of Guadalajara, which means American naval ships sailed to the Guadalajara region from San Diego, or the Anishinabe military was responsible for capturing Guadalajara because the Americans and their Mexican allies, quickly brought Mexico City under their control shortly after the Battle of Guadalajara. That occurred on August 15, 1914, or about 40 days after capturing Guadalajara.
Of course, that means historians are not being honest about those events. Anyway, the whites controlled southern Mexico but northern Mexico was still under Indian control. White leaders focused most of their attention on southern Mexico, because they did not want the Anishinabe military to have free access to South America. From Matamoros, Tamalipus to Guadalajara, an invisible line existed. Now that 100,000s of American soldiers were stationed in Mexico, the war zone turned towards southern Mexico in 1915. In 1915, very few battles were fought in northern Mexico. After the Americans invaded in full force, they eventually subdued the south of Mexico with the help of their Indian allies, then in 1919 the Americans and Mexicans launched military campaigns against large northern Mexican cities still under Anishinabe control. With the captures of the large Mexican cities of Ciudad Juarez and Durango in 1919, by the Americans and Mexicans, the war ended.