How the Mexican Revolution Made John Reed a Red | Portside

In 1913, American journalist John Reed was embedded with a ragged band of revolutionary soldiers in Mexico. Few of them possessed a complete uniform. Some were shod only in cowhide sandals. They were camped out in northern Durango, sleeping on the tiled floors of an hacienda whose wealthy owner had been expelled by revolutionary forces.But now the counterrevolutionary colorados were coming to kill them all.

Source: How the Mexican Revolution Made John Reed a Red | Portside

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