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Countess of Salisbury
Countess of Salisbury
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A Penultimatum - Huerta and U.S. Intervention
A Penultimatum - Huerta and U.S. Intervention
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John Bernardi
John Bernardi
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Thomas Bayly
Thomas Bayly
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Robert Baillie
Robert Baillie
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Babeuf in Prison
Babeuf in Prison
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Thomas Baily
Thomas Baily
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Gents at a Ball
Gents at a Ball
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Pres. Jackson Assaulted
Pres. Jackson Assaulted
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Lucius Junius Brutus
Lucius Junius Brutus
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A Penultimatum - Huerta and U.S. Intervention Featured Image

A Penultimatum - Huerta and U.S. Intervention

"A Penultimatum" - A Punch magazine satirical cartoon of the American intervention with the Mexican Revolution in 1914. Despite conspiring with Huerta to overthrow Madera and establish a new government, the U.S. then refused to recognise the Huerta regime. General Huerta in stereotypical Mexican clothes holds a spyglass resting on a wall, with the port of Tampico in the distance, and U.S. naval ships farther out at sea. A paper with the words "USA Menace to Mexico" lies at Huerta's feet. This refers to the Tampico Affair were several U.S. sailors were forcibly detained and U.S. naval forces subsequently occupied the port for more than six months. The accompanying caption reads: President Huerta. "American Fleet to visit me and exchange compliments? Well, it's nice to be recognised anyhow." Date: 1914

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