How did Pancho Villa contribute to the Mexican Revolution in 1910?
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pancho villa was a Mexican revolutionary leader who advocated for the poor and wanted agrarain reform. though he was a killer, a bandit, and revolutionary leader many remember him as a folk hero
Pancho Villa, who's real name was Doroteo Arango, fought on the side of the Revolutionaries during the Mexican Revolution in 1910. Prior to joining the Revolution, Villa was a bandit. His time as a member of the Revolutionary army were short lived. He left in 1911, after a disagreement with the leader of the Revolution about the path they would take.
People in the United States wanted to apprehend Pancho Villa because he raided the town of Columbus, New Mexico in an attempt to show that he was not pleased in the United States response to the Mexican Revolution and wanted more support on his side. The US government sent General Pershing to find and capture Villa but Pershing was unsuccessful and the United States never caught Pancho Villa.