The Mexican-American War
Blackbirch PressInc, dic. 30, 2004 - 48 páginas
The Mexican-American War was a turning point in the fortunes of both the United States and Mexico. Behind the momentous events were prominent people, from James K. Polk to Abraham Lincoln, from Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna to Zachary Taylor. This book explores the contributions of the most influential figures involved in the Mexican-American War.
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