Publication: University of Texas Press, 1965, Austin
First edition. Thick 8vo. Translated by Virginia H. Taylor. Cloth, top edges orange in color, endpapers orange in color, xii , 512 pp., frontispiece [portrait of Villa], publisher's foreword, preface, illustrated, plates, portraits, folding map, publisher's addendum, index. The life story of Pancho Villa and his account of how it all began when as a peasant boy of sixteen he shot a rich landowner threatening the honor of his sister. As a refugee he became the scourge of the Mexican Revolution, the leader of thousands of men, and the hero of the masses of the poor. Tiny old water stain to bottom edge of some early and later pages, else very good in dust jacket with light wear to the head of spine and corners and a small closed tear and crease to the bottom edge of the rear cover.
Inventory Number: 47602