Pancho Villa's assassination
|Caption||A scene from Mexico's unfinished Revolution. Now it was time for Pancho Villa to die. He met his end when his car was ambushed in Parral. A street vendor's yellow bandana was the signal for a hail of bullets. Original artwork for the illustration on p25 of Look and Learn issue no. 530 (11 March 1972).|
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|Keywords||ambush car street vendor signal bullets gunfire Parral Mexico murder assassination Pancho Villa revolutionaries limousine car cracked windscreen|
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