Casa Grande, AZ, September 03, 2019 --(PR.com)-- A lot of people do not realize that Francisco "Pancho" Villa was actually an alias for Doroteo Arango. Imagine the joy felt from the Western Trading Post crew when one of their clients consigned a knife to the auction inscribed, Doroteo Arango.
Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody se ha propuesto una tarea que el se cuida de no llamar biografia sino life-writing, escritura de vida, pero que es igualmente peligrosa: escribir la vida de quien recreo, escribio y mitifico la vida de Doroteo Arango, Pancho Villa: Martin Luis Guzman.
When you do an Internet search on Pancho Villa, you will be given a choice between Mexican revolutionary Jose Doroteo Arango Arambula (1878-1923), who is often shown in pictures wearing two bandoliers or ammunition belts forming an X on his chest, and Filipino boxer Francisco Guilledo.
Whether remembered as a legendary champion of the people or a ruthless bandit, Doroteo Arango, better known as Pancho Villa (1878-1923), is little understand despite being one of the best- known figures of Mexican history.