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Cinco de Mayo
Transcript of Cinco de Mayo
because France was soooo certain it would win, Preident of Mexico in 1861 tacos Maximilian At the same time, determined to not give up, President Benito sent General Juarez and a group of loyal men to Puebla to reinforce the city. With their army well-nourished and armed with supplies of heavy artillery, the French began their assault of the city. Napoleon told him to be Emperor of Mexico Turned out great... CHURROS!! The battle only lasted to early evening. By then the French had given up and used up all of their weapons. The fortified walls of Puebla kept all major damage out. All in all, it wasn't honestly a big physical battle. Battlefield Today Today this battlefield is a park in the city of Puebla There is a statue of General Zaragoza riding a horseback. What once was a terrible place of death and destruction is now a peaceful place. Hint: They lost The american traditions are similar to the mexican traditions. Cinco de Mayo is a bigger deal in America that it is in Mexico. The parades consist of lots of dancing, mariachi bands, vibrant colors and a great time. Parades are a big part of celebrating and everyone is involved. But no mexican celebration is complete without food and lots of it. By: Maria Kovach, Luna Stasa, Sofia Calandrino, Brezo Mahoney, and Cristal Marzluft