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Third Battle of Torreon April 2, 1914


After reinforcements were sent to Torreon from other parts of Mexico, particularly the north of Mexico, the soldiers from the Anishinabe Confederation of Mexico, regained control of the city of Torreon. After learning that the Anishinabe military had again recaptured Torreon, the United States again sent more reinforcements to Mexico. An incident occurred on April 9, 1914, at the Mexican city of Tampico, which led the United States to force large numbers of their ships to the eastern coast of Mexico. On April 14, 1914, Wilson ordered the entire United States Atlantic fleet to the eastern coasts of Mexico. The white confederation of Europe was now fully participating in this war.



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