BY: Livy Nicole Garner
Francisco Villa, otherwise known as Pancho Villa was an important part of the Mexican Revolution and many, especially the United States, looked up to him. He loved to have pictures of him and his battles taken. The US paid him to be able to make movies and take footage of his battles. He was very proud of what he accomplished over the course of his life. He was also the governor of Chihuahua, Mexico. As a general, he won 10 battles, and lost seven.
- First Battle of Ciudad Juárez (1911 won)
- Second Battle of Ciudad Juárez (1913 won)
- Battle of Tierra Blanca (1913 won)
- Battle of Chihuahua (1913 won)
- Battle of Ojinaga (1913 won)
- First Battle of Torreón (1914 won)
- Battle of Gómez Palacio (1914 won)
- Battle of Saltillo (1914 won)
- Battle of Zacatecas (1914 won)
- Battle of Celaya (1915 lost)
- Battle of Trinidad (1915 lost)
- Battle of Agua Prieta (1915 lost)
- Battle of Columbus (1916 lost)
- Battle of Guerrero (1916 lost)
- Battle of Parral (1918 won)
- Third Battle of Ciudad Juárez (1919 lost)
- Siege of Durango (1919 lost)
Pancho Villa was one of the most prominant Mexican Revolutionary generals of his time.
He was born on June 5th, 1978 and was assasinated on July 20th, 1923.