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La familia de Pancho Villa vivió en Cuba.

La familia de Pancho Villa vivió en Cuba. 🐴🤠🇨🇺 🇲🇽 En la biografía-leyenda de José Doroteo Arango Arámbula se mezclan verdades incontestables con calumnias escandalosas… Villa y Luz Corral (Revista Bicentenario)
De José Doroteo Arango Arámbula —entiéndase Pancho Villa— se ha dicho de todo. Desde que fue un rabioso enemigo de los yanquis, hasta que empinaba el codo ininterrumpidamente. Pero en su biografía-leyenda se mezclan verdades incontestables con calumnias escandalosas. Así, la primera acusación del párrafo precedente resulta incontestable. Mas en cuanto a la segunda ha de declararse que el hijo de Durango siempre se comportó como un abstemio total, enemigo de las bebidas espirituosas… More
In the biography-legend of José Doroteo Arango Arambula mix uncontestable truths with outrageous slander… Villa and Luz Corral (Bicentennial Magazine)
From José Doroteo Arango Arambula-understand Pancho Villa-everything has been said. From being a rabid enemy of the Yanks, to steeping his elbow uninterrupted. But in his biography-legend mixes uncontestable truths with scandalous slander. Thus, the first accusation of the preceding paragraph is uncontestable. But as for the second, it must be declared that the son of Durango always behaved as a total teetotaler, enemy of spirit drinks to the point that, after conquering a people, he closed the taverns and made it known that he would execute without trial the combatant that he was surprised drunk. He himself confessed to what his three great vices were: good horses, brave roosters, and pretty women. If Pancho had set a mark on the nacarated caches of his revolver for each of his women-not counting the occasional ones-the notches would have numbered around 23. And it is said to have bred 25 children. Married in flurry, without overriding previous links. However, his irregular behavior was not exempt from a certain chivalry, with whatever sui generis it may seem. So, he said: ′′ Do not ever do violence to women, take them all to the altar, that after all, they do not force anyone to the church and so do not deprive yourselves of your taste or misfortune them. You see me, I have a lawful wife, but I have others legit before God. No one has to hide or be ashamed of because lack or sin, if any, are mine. The qualities and obstacles of the cures that don’t disgrace them, threatening to throw bullet, everything is fixed «. But-as the Mexican people say-among so many ′′ chapels ′′ he had his ′′ cathedral «. Yes, the first, undisputed lady. One day, during the revolution against the tyrant Porfirio Diaz, a then Maderist captain, in San Andrés, Chihuahua, arrives at a grocery store owned by a family of Hispanic ancestry, seeking some groceries. When he agrees at the counter, a 17-year-old girl comes to attend to him-whom he doubles his age-they call Lucita. (He’s going to name her the G üera, that is, the blonde). And it occurs… miracle occurs. On May 28, 1911, in the parish of San Andrés, the Spanish priest Juan de Dios Mu ñooz officiates the wedding between Colonel Francisco Villa and Maria de la Luz Corral Fierro. In February 1912, the little Light Elena arrives. But, fleeting was going to be the bonanza for the couple. President Madero is ousted and murdered. And Luz Elena dies, apparently poisoned by Pancho’s enemies, who throws the rifle back on his shoulder. Years of battling cycling would follow, earning the nickname of The Centaur of the North. In 1920, President De la Huerta-who sympathized with him-amnesty, and gave him the Canutillo farm in Durango, so that he resides there with a group of combatants, together with their families. The bellicose titan transforms into patriarch of peace. Dota the establishment of roads, phones, telegraph, school. Sell the groceries at cost price. (Someone said Villa was a communist… not knowing what communism was). But there in Canutillo, his unfaithful proceeding with the ladies passes the bill: he loses his ′′ cathedral «. The love of Luz does not resist the fact that another of Pancho’s women, Austreberta Renter eríaa. And she abandons him, outraged. (In any case, I will raise Pancho several of the children with other women). As it is known, in l 92 3, during felona ambush, Pancho falls riddled. But let’s go back, to go to our own. Campaigns undertaken by Villa had constant ups and downs. One day I beat the contender up. Another one, the enemy was zaranding him. When luck was adverse, he dissolved the columns of his Northern Division, and took on the guerrilla’s war mode, in which he was an ace. This happened after the attack on the town of Water Prieta, where villists were decimated by dynamite mines and electrified wire. Pancho makes a decision: to save his family friendly people. His wife Luz Corral, Hippolito-brother -, Augustine, Reynalda and Micaela-children -, Martina-sister-and the families of two generals, among others, cross to the Texas city El Paso and continue to New Orleans, from where they move to Havana, a city where they arrive on December 29, 1915. A biographer, as misinformed as imaginative, claims the group was met by President Mario Garcia Menocal. (The fact is clearly not believable. Menocal had been spiritually designed by the United States, until graduation from Cornell University. No one imagines that Yank worshiper pleading to the ball of Mexicans who exuded revolutionaryism and anti-Americanism for each pore). What was going on in Cuba back then? Here is the poet Luis G. Urbina, compatriot of newcomers, declaring that the light of Cuba makes him feel moved to the center of a diamond. Would the fugitives have the same feeling? The country, as a result of World War I, is inaugurating the period known as The Dance of the Millions, or The Fat Cows, name of biblical resonance. The potentates, in Paris jewelry stores, buy the bright ones for pounds. A sugar central that was sold a year ago at 800 pesos, now it costs 2 million. Meanwhile, cars are moving cars. The Virgin of Charity is declared a national patron. Antonio Maceo’s statue is inaugurated in the capital park of his name. They dance in Havana Isadora Duncan and Ana Pavlova. Alfredo Bologna unveils the musical piece ′′ El Volume de Carlota ′′ and Rigoberto Leyva ′′ La Chambelona ′′ which would become the anthem of the Liberal Party. Facts like these, were they known to Mexican nomads? We will never know, for those who are forged in insurrectional trajins often leave no footprints. Here Hipolito, Pancho’s brother, served three months in prison, as Americans had requested his extradition. The group departs on October 14, 1916, heading to San Antonio, Texas. Luz Corral was going to die in misery when 1981 passed, with his house turned into a museum dedicated to Pancho. He left this three-dimensional world pining for his beloved. And perhaps, at one point, he remembered the pleasant scenario he had admired from the primitive Habanero Malecon. ·

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