José Manuel Herrera, illustrious Mexican, heir of the emancipation movement supported by the sons of the Seminary of Mining to form the new Mexican nation, had the glory of solving the problem of fixing images, at the same time and independently of those made by Niépce and Daguerre.
On May 13, 1942, a German submarine torpedoed and sank the Mexican oil tanker "Potrero del Llano", even though it was sailing in international waters and had been fully identified. The attack resulted in fourteen victims, including chiefs, officers, and sailors who crewed the vessel.
As a solitary nanny, Vivian Maier spent her free time simply taking pictures of everything in the streets that, with her, we now know, marvelous gaze and extraordinary sensitivity, deserved to be portrayed.
Due to its rich architectural and urban heritage, Puebla has been considered one of the most beautiful cities in the Mexican Republic due to the great number of cultural expressions it preserves.
We pay tribute to the Polish scientist Marie Curie who, with her discoveries on radiation, became the first woman to win two Nobel Prizes and to change the course of physicochemical research in the 20th century.
From the eventual triumph of the Carranza wing over the conventionists, led by Francisco Villa, during the development of the Revolution, the current Political Constitution of the United Mexican States was promulgated on February 5, 1917.
Vicente Guerrero was an insurgent who was under the orders of José María Morelos y Pavón before he was shot in 1815. He was part of the national army that managed to overcome the war and consummate independence and is recognized in history for his military and political skills.
There are two important characters involved in this story: Antonio Meucci and Alexander Graham Bell. The former invented the telephone and the latter patented it. How is this possible?
A lawyer, archaeologist, poet, historian, and teacher, Ramón Mena Issasi was also a professor. He is one of the great referents of Mexican science. Born in Cordoba, Veracruz, on August 31, 1847, he graduated in law from the University of Veracruz.