LATIN AMERICA: Mexican Civil War

After the defeat of the rebels at Puebla a fortnight ago, the second stage of the war was begun by the battle of Guadalajara, which is the third largest city in Mexico and one of the richest farming districts on the western coast.

President Obregon left Mexico City for the battlefront and on the day of his arrival the Federal forces announced a crushing defeat of the rebels. Two hundred rebels were captured.

Next day, the rebels, who claimed several minor victories on the eastern front, surprised Federal General Lazaro Cardenas and he, his...

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