Emperor Napoleon III led France during the Battle of Puebla.
France qualifies as such.
No; he was the general of the Mexican army during the Battle of Puebla or Cinco de Mayo (May 5, 1862) against French forces.
France, during the Battle of Puebla or Cinco de Mayo (May 5th, 1862).
The Mexicans fought the French forces at The Battle of Puebla.
Just France. England and Spain also landed forces in the Mexican port of Veracruz, but due to President Juarez's negotiations, they leaved.
Cinco de Mayo was a battle during the Second Franco-Mexican War (1861 - 1867). At the time of the battle (May 5th, 1862) French forces tried to occupy the city of Mexico, but were defeated at the city of Puebla. At the time, Benito Juarez was still the president of Mexico, residing in Mexico City's National Palace.
General Ignacio Zaragoza (1829-1862) was leader of the Mexican forces during the Battle of Puebla (a.k.a. Cinco de Mayo). Benito Juarez (1806-1872) was the president of Mexico during the conflict.
From Puebla, Mexico.
The Battle of Puebla was fought May 5, 1862 during the French intervention in Mexico. It was resounding Victory for the Mexican Army and the reason they celebrate Cinco de Mayo.
Veracruz, Puebla and Mexico City.
The Battle of Puebla occurred on May 5, 1862. Officially, it started at 11:15 AM, when the first shots were fired from Mexican positions at the Loreto Fort, and ended at 5:49 PM when Ignacio Zaragoza, the Mexican general during the battle, sent a telegram to Mexico City, reporting the victory attained by Mexican forces.
General Ignacio Zaragoza (1829 - 1862).
The American Civil War (1861-1865)
Most of the war occurred while Martin VanBuren was president. The Battle of the Alamo began at the end of Andrew Jackson's administration.
Historical people include: Aquiles Serdan (1976-1910) - was a politician who took part in the Mexican Revolution (1910-1921) he was killed by federal troops and is regarded as the first martyr of the revolution. Manuel Avila Camacho (1897-1955) - 45th president of Mexico (1940-1946) Vicente Suarez (1833-1847) - one of the six military cadets who fought to the death on the Battle of Chapultepec during the Mexican-American War (1846-1848) and are garded as the Boy… Read More
No, Cinco de Mayo is not celebrated in Spain. It is celebrated in Mexico, especially in Puebla, where General Ignacio Zaragoza's troops won an unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862 during the Franco-Mexican War. It is also celebrated in the United States.
Mexican production of carrot is located on the central states of Mexico (capital: Toluca), Guanajuato (capital: Guanajuato) and Puebla (capital: Puebla). According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (United Nations), Mexico is the 18th largest carrot producer in the world, with 404,726 tonnes produced during 2011.
The French army qualified as such. This is why the Battle of Puebla is so special for Mexicans: the battle was important because 4,500 Mexican soldiers defeated a much better-equipped French army composed of 6,500 men that had not been defeated for almost 50 years.
Carranza It's mexico they don't have a president
Originally in Puebla, Mexico, where it happened. Then it became a Mexican celebration during the last part of the 18th century and with the "good neighbor" policy set up by president Roosevelt, it also became an American celebration.
He was elected as president of Mexico during the 2012 elections.
George Washington was the President of the United States during the Battle of Fallen Timbers in 1794.
Where did the largest battle in the struggle between the Mexican military and and the French take place during el Cinco de Mayo?
The battle took place in the city of Puebla, and was fought between the Mexican Army and a French force that was withdrawing to the coast. A series of misunderstandings led to the battle, which resulted in the first-ever Mexican victory over the French forces occupying their country.
Bill Clinton was the US President during the Battle of Modagishu, 3 & 4 October 1993.
The Mexican victory at the Battle of Puebla during the French-Mexican War is celebrated on Cinco de Mayo.
During which one? You are asking something on the lines of "Who was the president of the US during July 4th".
Cinco de Mayo is a commemoration of the victory by Mexican troops in La Batalla de Puebla on May 5, 1869 during the French-Mexican War. Spanish for "fifth of May," Cinco de Mayo is celebrated for two reasons: In Mexico, it commemorates the Mexican army's victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. In locations outside of Mexico, those with Mexican heritage celebrate it to remember their culture and their… Read More
Yes. They lost the Battle of Puebla or Cinco de Mayo on May 5, 1862. French forces briefly had the upper hand during the conflict for another couple of years, but finally lost the war in June 21, 1867.
Which US president refused to recognize General Huerta as the leader of Mexico during the revolution?
Which U.S. president refused to recognize General Huerta as the leader of Mexico during the revolution
No. It was President James Knox Polk who was President during the war with Mexico.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was the President of Mexico at the time.
May 5, 1862. It was the day Mexican forces won the Battle of Puebla during the French-Mexican War.
Mexico excels at that. Some include: Cerro de las campanas, Queretaro - Where Maximilian I, the puppet ruler installed by French forces during the Second French Intervention in Mexico was finally executed. Loreto and Guadalupe Forts, Puebla - Where the Cinco de Mayo or Battle of Puebla took place. Chapultepec park and hill, Mexico City - Where one of the battles during the Mexican-American War took place; specifically the assault against a military academy where… Read More
Benito Juarez, whose presidency was interrupted by the French invasion of Mexico, and who continued as President of Mexico after the French were defeated.
The president of the Southern states at the time of the Battle of Gettysburg was Jefferson Davis. He would be the only president of the Confederacy.
Broke. This prompted Mexican president Benito Juarez to suspend external debt payments to France, Spain and England in 1861. This in turn proved France with a good pretext to try to conquer Mexico and help the Confederacy during the American Civil War. The conflict that followed is known as the Second Franco-Mexican War (1862-1867); one of the most famous battles being the Battle of Puebla or Cinco de Mayo (May 5, 1862).
no he was a general
You mean during the Cinco de Mayo battle alone? 117 Frenchmen died. If you mean during the whole war against Mexico, some 12,000 died.
who was the us president at the time of the battle of France
Nothing really. Cinco de Mayo is mostly a local celebration held in the city of Puebla, where the legendary battle against French forces during the Second Franco Mexican War (1861 - 1867) took place. At said city, some businesses close during the day, but nothing more.