Enrique Estrada

Enrique Estrada Reynoso (1890–1942) was a Mexican General, politician, and Secretary of National Defense.

Born in Moyahua, Zacatecas in 1890. His parents were José Camilo Estrada Haro and Micaela Reynoso Espitia. His older brother was Roque Estrada Reynoso.

As a student at the School of Engineering of the capital, he was one of the students ''antirreeleccionistas'' resistance that led to the President of the Republic, General Porfirio Díaz, a statement in which he called for the resignation of his office.

On the occasion of the danger to which he explained the previous event, had to leave the city and marched and joined the revolution under General Rafael Tapia in 1910.

The triumph of the revolutionary movement in timber, resumed his studies at the Engineering School and he was taught classes in artillery by General Felipe Angeles. During the ''Decena trágica'', he defended the legitimate government of Francisco I. Madero.

In the year 1913, chose to leave the south of Zacatecas, in the same year, operated in conjunction with the forces of General Lucio Blanco, who then belonged, under the Army Corps Northwest commanded of General Álvaro Obregón.

He was the governor of Zacatecas and Sinaloa in 1922.

Among the positions he played outstanding highlights: Chief of Military Operations Campaign Yaqui, Governor and Military Commander of the State of Zacatecas; Chief of the Military Operations of the states of Michoacán, Colima, Jalisco, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes and Guanajuato, Assistant Secretary and Secretary of War and Navy, from December 14, 1920 to March 4, 1922. He was the Chief of Military Operations in Michoacán and Colima in 1923. Provided by Wikipedia
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