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The Texan-Mexican War (Great Rapprochement)

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Previous:

Spanish-Americas War

Concurrent:

Great War

Next:

World War

Texan-Mexican War
Beginning:

August 3rd 1914

End:

April 2nd 1916

Place:

Mexico

Outcome:

Mexico cedes large swaths of territory to Texas.

Combatants

Texas

Mexico

Commanders
Strength
Casualties and Losses

10,000

3,000,000

Great Rapprochement
The Mexican-American War
The War of Secession
The Spanish-Americas War
The Great War
The Texan-Mexican War
The World War
The Eerie Peace
The War of Steel

As the major northerly powers were distracted by war, Texas saw a chance for ruthless expansion in to the South. Their soldiers advanced through the towns of Mexico laying waste to all in their path. The poorly trained and equipped Mexican soldiers could do nothing to stop the Texan zeal and their German bought equipment.

War

Millions of Mexicans were brutally murdered, most memorably in the Friday Night Massacre, when Texan fighters slaughtered thousands of protesting Mexicans. The Texans knew they could get away with this because the major powers eyes were concentrating on their very survival rather than apprehended bloody murder.

Aftermath

By 1916, the Mexicans were spent and surrendered unconditionally to Texas. Texas occupied a vast swath of land, almost doubling the total land area.

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