Francisco Pacheco died 1917

 

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Francisco Pacheco (died 1917)

Francisco Pacheco was a general in Emiliano Zapata‘s army, and hence busy during the Mexican Revolution.

On March 31, 1915, Francisco was appointed Secretary of War by the provisional president González Garza.

Francisco was accused of treason by another one of Zapata’s generals,  Genovevo de la O, and shot by de la O’s men in 1917.

Check Francisco Pacheco’s entry in the timeline of the Mexican Revolution.

 

LEFT TO RIGHT: General Francisco Pacheco, Abraham Martínez, Emiliano Zapata, general Manuel Asúnsolo, licenciado Gabriel Robles Domínguez y Eufemio Zapata
LEFT TO RIGHT: General Francisco Pacheco, Abraham Martínez, Emiliano Zapata, general Manuel Asúnsolo, licenciado Gabriel Robles Domínguez and Eufemio Zapata

 

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