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Carta del señor Pedro del Villar, representante de Félix Díaz, titulado Comandante en Jefe del Ejército Reorganizador Nacional, dirigida al "Hon. Collector of Customs", de Eagle Pass, Texas, haciéndole una exposición de sus actividades políticas. [F9-77-36. A.I.F.]

Ejército Reorganizador Nacional.


320 Broadway, New York, February 5th, 1919.

Hon. Collector of Custome.

Eagle Pass, Texas.

Dear Sir:

Three years of fighting, invincible to hotest persecution and seduction of a Bolshevik Government with imperial ally;

To fight for the principle that only it may be established, law by legislator, Political Constitution by the legal means provided for and never by brute force; in other words, that in México, life, property, civil and political rights never will be at mercy of armed factions.

To organize, under very precarious circumstances, an army of minute-men always growing and have spread it now on fifteen States and one Territory of the Mexican Republic, i.e.: Veracruz, Tabasco, Chiapas, Oaxaca, Guerrero, Michoacan, Jalisco, Guanajuato, Puebla, Hidalgo, San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Chihuahua and Territory of Tepic.

All this, already accomplished by no one, save General Félix Diaz, Commander-in-Chief of the National Reorganization Army of México, means an undeniable fact, means belligerency.

Its recognition by the United States will cause the fusion with the National Reorganization Army of everybody in arms against Carranza and his immediate fall with his confiscatory decrees, making possible a quick and sound reconstruction of México.

The National Reorganization Army of Mexico is the genuine representation of the Mexican people fighting for his freedom. The people of the United States has just sacrificed lives and limbs for Justice, Liberty and Democracy.

President Wilson is now in Europe gloriously working for nation’s self’s determination.

To recognize at-once the belligerency of the National Reorganization Army of Mexico would be nothing more than a simple act of strict justice.

I take, sir, especial pleasure in sending you, enclosed, a copy of General Diaz last Proclamation.

Very respectfully yours.

Pedro del Villar

Fuente: Documentos Históricos De La Revolución Mexicana XVIII. Fundador: Isidro Fabela. Revolución y Régimen Constitucionalista Volumen 6° del Tomo I. Editados por la Comisión de Investigaciones Históricas de la Revolución Mexicana bajo la dirección de Josefina E. de Fabela. Coordinador: Roberto Ramos V. Investigadores: Luis G. Ceballos, Miguel Saldaña, Baldomero Segura Garcia, Humberto Tejera. Editorial Jus, S. A. México, 1970. pp.233-234.

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