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Two Revolutionists Wearing Sombreros, ca. 1910-1919, by Cruz Sanchez, held by DeGolyer Library. This photograph is from A collection of real photographic postcards, photographs, prints, original artwork, broadsides, currency, periodicals, books and manuscripts related to the Mexican Revolution. #Mexico #Revolution #Men #Soldiers #Firearms
Adelita(s). Se conoce como adelitas o 'soldaderas' a las mujeres que participaron en la Revolución mexicana (1910), en los contingentes militares de los distintos grupos revolucionarios como soldados, cocineras, enfermeras o ayudantes.
During the Mexican Revolution, female soldiers known as soldaderas went into combat along with the men although they often faced abuse. One of the most well-known of the soldaderas was Petra Herrera, who disguised her gender and went by the name “Pedro Herrera”. As Pedro, she established her reputation by demonstrating exemplary leadership (and blowing up bridges) and was able to reveal her gender in time.