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A Gringo Guide to Mexican History

“A Gringo Guide to Mexican History” – A 354 page, complete History of Mexico with historic pictures. An easy read to learn the incredible history of the Republic from the Conquest until Today. 109 more words

A Gringo Guide to Mexican History

“A Gringo Guide to Mexican History” – A 354 page, complete History of Mexico with historic pictures. An easy read to learn the incredible history of the Republic from the Conquest until Today. 109 more words

“A Gringo Guide to Mexican History”

“A Gringo Guide to Mexican History” – A 354 page, complete History of Mexico with historic pictures. An easy read to learn the incredible history of the Republic from the Conquest until Today. 109 more words

A Gringo Guide to Mexican History

“A Gringo Guide to Mexican History” – A 354 page, complete History of Mexico with historic pictures. An easy read to learn the incredible history of the Republic from the Conquest until Today. 107 more words

A Year of Abstaining from Holidays: May the Fourth be With You & Revenge of the Fifth ( or Cinco De Mayo?)

May the Fourth be with You and Cinco De Mayo are two drastically different yearly celebrations, however, they land within the same time period so I am going to dedicate this blog to the both of them. 872 more words

No Holidays

8 May 2017. Cinco de Mayo ISN'T Tacos and Tequila

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Cinco de Mayo is a great anti-imperialist holiday… it wasn’t an invention of taco-shack-owning businessmen. On 5 May 1862, an outnumbered and outgunned Mexican force kicked ass on the French imperialist invaders of Mexico. 51 more words

Patriotic

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo (pronounced: [ˈsiŋko ðe ˈmaʝo]; Spanish for “Fifth of May”) is a celebration held on May 5. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza. 229 more words

Holidays