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American-Mexican Claims Commission

The American-Mexican Claims Commission, officially known as the General Claims Commission Mexico and United States, was a commission set up by treaty that adjudicated claims by citizens of the United States and Mexico for losses suffered due to the acts of one government against nationals of the other The General Commission lasted from 1924 - 1934, when the mixed US-Mexico commission was abandoned There was a Special Commission that was set up to deal with claims arising from the era of the Mexican Revolution Neither commission was successful and in 1934 the two governments engaged in direct b...

Confederation of Mexican Workers

The Confederation of Mexican Workers Confederación de Trabajadores de México CTM is the largest confederation of labor unions in Mexico For many years, it was one of the essential pillars of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, which ruled Mexico for more than seventy years However, the CTM began to lose influence within the PRI structure in the late 1980s, as technocrats increasingly held power within the party Eventually, the union found itself forced to deal with a new party in power after the PRI lost the 2000 general election, an event th...

Alliance for Change (Mexico)

The Alliance for Change Spanish: Alianza por el Cambio was a political alliance formed in Mexico for the purpose of fighting the general election of 2 July 2000 There were two member parties of the alliance: the National Action Party Partido Acción Nacional, or PAN, and the Green Ecological Party of Mexico Partido Verde Ecologista de México, or PVEM With 4343% of the popular vote in a three-horse race, the Alliance for Change's candidate for the position of President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, was declared the winner of the election, putting an end to 70 years of hegemonic rule by the Institution...

Bucareli Treaty

The Bucareli Treaty Spanish: Tratado de Bucareli, signed on 1923, was an agreement that attempted to resolve important issues in Mexico–United States relations It was officially called "Convención Especial de Reclamaciones" English: Special Convention of Claims, for losses sustained by citizens and companies of the United States of America because of the Mexican Revolution The treaty sought to channel the demands of US citizens for alleged damage to their property caused by internal wars of the Mexican Revolution during the period between 1910 and 1921 The meetings were held in Mexico City and...

Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers

The Confederación Regional Obrera Mexicana CROM Spanish: Regional Confederation of Mexican Workers is a federation of labor unions in Mexico It was founded in Saltillo in 1918 at a congress of labor delegates called by Mexican President Venustiano Carranza The federation, of which Luis Napoleón Morones was a major leader, marked a departure from the traditionally anarchist stance of Mexican labor to a nationalist position Luis N Morones in 1925 From its inception, the CROM was controlled by a small group of union leaders called Grupo Acción "Action Group" who supported the post-revolutio...

El Buen Tono

El Buen Tono was a Mexican manufacturer of cigarettes founded by Ernesto Pugibet, a French entrepreneur who migrated to Mexico in 1879 The company was founded in 1894 and ceased to exist around 1930 References ^ Rodríguez Pérez, Claudia "Breve historia de la fábrica de cigarros 'El Buen Tono, S A'" PDF Archived from the original PDF on 2011-01-24 Retrieved 2010-04-12  External links Gallo, Ruben Summer 2006 "Mexican Radio Goes to the North Pole" Cabinet Magazine Retrieved 2009-04-04  This article about a Mexico corporation or company is a stub You can help Wikipedia by e...

John Hays Hammond

John Hays Hammond 31 March 1855 – 8 June 1936 was a mining engineer, diplomat, and philanthropist Known as the man with the Midas touch, he amassed a sizable fortune before the age of 40 An early advocate of deep mining, Hammond was given complete charge of Cecil Rhodes' mines in South Africa and made each undertaking a financial success But after the dismal failure of the Jameson Raid, Hammond, along with the other leaders of the Johannesburg Reform Committee, was arrested and subsequently sentenced to death The Reform Committee leaders were released after paying large fines, but like many of...

Santos Degollado

José Santos Degollado Sánchez born November 1, 1811 in Hacienda de Robles, Guanajuato - died June 15, 1861 in Llanos de Salazar, State of Mexico was a Mexican Liberal politician and military leader During his service in the Mexican Army, Degollado fought against López de Santa Anna and later alongside Benito Juárez He was deputy, and later governor of the state of Michoacán During Benito Juárez's presidency he served as Secretary of War and Navy and as Secretary of External Affairs Degollado was a colleague of Melchor Ocampo and fought by his side in many battles His remains were interred at t...

Melchor Ocampo

Melchor Ocampo 5 January 1814, Maravatío, Valladolid, Mexico, New Spain – 3 June 1861, Tepeji del Río, Hidalgo was a mestizo by birth, a radical liberal Mexican lawyer, scientist, and politician He was fiercely anticlerical, perhaps an atheist, and his early writings against Roman Catholic Church in Mexico gained him a reputation as an articulate liberal ideologue Ocampo has been considered the heir to José María Luis Mora, the premier liberal intellectual of the early republic He served in the administration of Benito Juárez and negotiated a controversial agreement with the United States, the...

William Henry Huddle

William Henry Huddle 1847–1892 was an American painter famous for his portrait of Davy Crockett that hangs in the Texas State Capitol and his depiction of the surrender of Antonio López de Santa Anna The Texas State Legislature commissioned Huddle to paint official portraits of the state's chief executives Contents 1 Biography 2 Gallery 3 References 4 External links Biography He was born to Stephen G and Nancy Foster Huddle on February 12, 1847 in Wytheville, Virginia Huddle served in the Confederate States Army before moving to Texas with his family He received his artistic training a...

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