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The Tlaltizapan Massacre June 1916


American and Mexican soldiers supposedly killed 286 people, including 112 women and 42 children, at the massacre at Tlaltizapan. American and Mexican soldiers also again went on the warpath in the tiny Mexican State of Morelos. They kill and wound 100s of the native inhabitants of the Mexican State. American and Mexican military commanders warn the Anishinabe Confederation of Morelos and adjacent regions in the south of Mexico, that if they continued to defy white rule they would be severely dealt with. The situation in the south of Mexico got worse.



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