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SOLDIER OF FORTUNE -- ADVENTURING IN LATIN AMERICA AND MEXICO WITH EMIL LEWIS HOLMDAHL

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Map 3:  Northwestern Mexico, c. 1911 -- Halcyon Press

Holmdahl in the regalia of an insurgent fighter, c. 1911 -- Holmdahl Papers

Yaqui troops armed with bows and arrows and machetes at first fought for Madero; they later turned against him. -- Aultman Collection

General Benjamin Viljoen, a former commando leader in the Boer War, planned guerrilla raids for the revolutionaries.  Viljoen is second from the right. -- Aultman Collection

Giuseppe Garibaldi (second from right, standing) grandson of the founder of the modern state of Italy was a military consultant serving under Madero. -- Aultman Collection

Yaqui troops were frequently accompanied by wives and girl friends during campaigns in Sonora. (1913-1914) -- Aultman Collection

T. J. Beaudit (behind the steering wheel) and Emil Holmdahl in front of the Mexican Herald building, 1912. -- Holmdahl Papers

Emil Holmdahl and his pet dog during the campaign against Zapata.  Later, a stray bullet shot the dog out of the saddle. -- Holmdahl Papers

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