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The Second Battle of Bauche April 9, 1911


A force of soldiers from the Anishinabe Confederation of Mexico, battled a force of American and Mexican soldiers at the Mexican city of Bauche. There was no real victor in the battle because the battles for control of the north of Mexico are far from over with. The American and Mexican soldiers possibly reached the Bauche region from Ciudad Juarez. Battles commence in the Mexican State of Morelos which is in southern Mexico. President Diaz forces large numbers of innocent Indians from northern Mexico, into slavery in southern Mexico (the Yucatan Peninsula).



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