Strategy and Tactics of the Mexican Revolution, 1910 - 1915
Joe Lee Janssens
Biografía del autor
JOE LEE JANSSENS received a BBA in Finance from Texas A&M University, where he was a member of the Corps of Cadets, and a BA in Spanish as well as a PhD in Latin American history from the University of Houston. A twenty-five year veteran of the oil field, he first began studying the Mexican Revolution over fifteen years ago while living in Veracruz where he was the finance director of a U.S. subsidiary. He also authored the Maneuver and Battle in the Mexican Revolution trilogy.
Descripción del libro
The Mexican Revolution started slowly, but after five years major combat operations had spread from the state of Chihuahua to every corner of the nation, drawing in new and varied fighting traditions. The final year of maneuver warfare, 1915, witnessed the largest battles ever to take place on the North American continent, except for the U.S. Civil War.
Strategy and Tactics of the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1915 examines the strategies formulated through the Revolution’s many twists and turns, and analyzes the tactics employed in order to explain the rise and fall of Francisco I. Madero, and why and how the Constitutionalists emerged victorious against the armies of Francisco “Pancho” Villa and Emiliano Zapata.
Público al que se apunta
Military Buffs and College Students
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Editorial del ebook
Kindle de Amazon
Diseño de inspiración
The font here is traditional
The color scheme and textures are engaging
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Los diseñadores eligen
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
Images relevant to the Mexican Revolution of 1910--if available.
Either use subdued colors, such as black and gray, or rich "jewel tones" (dark reds, greens, purples, and gold).
Lo que debe evitarse
No pastels, light colors, or bright red.
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