||Who Should Govern Mexico? (4:08) -- Pacification of Mexico (3:27) -- President Huerta (1:11) -- A Signed Agreement (2:31) -- Urgency (3:55) -- Pacify Villa (2:40) -- Polticians and Generals (3:27) -- Government Rejects Villa's Terms (2:18) -- Obregon as President (1:54) -- Pancho Villa's Forces Grow (2:54) -- Villa Dictates a Message (4:19) -- Terms of Surrender (3:50) -- Hopes for a Final Surrender (1:34) -- Villa Anounces the Surrender (1:11) -- Villa is Defeated (1:25) -- Huerta is Successful (2:08) -- A Vote for Obregon (1:30) -- Mexico Remains in Conflict (2:52) -- Hope for Peace (2:57) -- Mexico - 1923 (2:13) -- Pancho Villa Murdered (2:26) -- Credits: La Muerte de Pancho Villa (1:54)
||This richly dramatized program covers many of the events of the Mexican Revolution. Its focus is on Villa-on his career, his political objectives, and the reasons for his successes and the loyalty he inspired-and on those whose power he threatened and at whose hands he died.
|General note||Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on May 15, 2012.|
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|Interest grade level
||9 and up.
|Technical details||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Technical details||System requirements: Films On Demand platform.|
|Source of description||Title from distributor's description.|
|Publisher number||2307 Infobase|