What Are The Causes Of Pancho Villa Rise To Power

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Pancho Villa’s rise fall and death
This will discuss the rise and fall of Pancho Villa was able to successfully rise to power so quickly. Also how he was able to fall from power and how he died. He was able to rise so quickly because he received US supplies.
Pancho Villa was able to rise to power because, he had US support and supplies the president had been shipping them to him because he thought his fighting and his pictures amusing. As well as him in films the producers loved to film him and “villa loved being photographed… he was nearly always in the spotlight in the US” (Pancho Villa 1) His attacks were well executed and overwhelming giving him a reputation of being fast and deadly. In summery villa rose to power because of his reputation and the US supplies
Pancho Villa fell from power because the US stopped giving supplies to him after he had received a large number of losses. Villa because of the lack of supplies and anger for the US he attack Columbus NM after that “the US sent troops led by General Perching into Mexico” (Pancho Villa 2) The US used new and advanced weapons like automatic weapons airplanes different breeds of horses this caused Villa and what little troops he had left to retreat but the US team never found him. The government in Mexico did not want Villa to rise back to power and wanted to get rid of him they sent a team of seven men that bombarded his car with rifle fire. In summery Pancho Villa fell from power because the US stopped giving him supplies and went against him with advanced weapons also from the losses he had received from other people and he was killed by the Mexican government by getting assassinated.

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