Cock Of The Walk

Braddy, Haldeen

The biography of Doroteo Arango, aka Pancho Villa is the story, as it is told in Mexico, of how a bandit became a self-styled leader of the people's revolution.

Inscribed to Harold and Joy Oliver by the author.



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Publisher: University Of New Mexico Press. First American edition 1955
Very good in dustwrapper

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