In February 1847, five Mexican National Guard regiments rose up in rebellion against the Mexican government, in protest over legislation that permitted the government to requisition money and property from the Catholic Church. Led by General Matías Peña y Barragán, the group issued a set of demands which included the resignation of the President and Vice President of Mexico. When the demands were not met, fighting broke out in Mexico City.

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  • In February 1847, five Mexican National Guard regiments rose up in rebellion against the Mexican government, in protest over legislation that permitted the government to requisition money and property from the Catholic Church. Led by General Matías Peña y Barragán, the group issued a set of demands which included the resignation of the President and Vice President of Mexico. When the demands were not met, fighting broke out in Mexico City. President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was able to negotiate a peaceful solution with the rebels in March 1847.
  • La rebelión de los Polkos fue un conflicto bélico contextualizado entre las luchas del centralismo-federalismo de la primera mitad del siglo XIX durante la administración de Valentín Gómez Farías. El levantamiento armado fue en contra de la Ley del 11 de enero de 1847 y a favor de una presidencia de Antonio López de Santa Anna. Se lo conoció como rebelión de los polkos por que muchos oficiales del general De la Peña Barragán bailaban la danza polka. La lucha armada obstaculizó el envío de recursos económicos y militares a Veracruz, cuando las fuerzas estadounidenses entraron en México.
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  • Plaza and Cathedral in Mexico City, 1847
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  • In February 1847, five Mexican National Guard regiments rose up in rebellion against the Mexican government, in protest over legislation that permitted the government to requisition money and property from the Catholic Church. Led by General Matías Peña y Barragán, the group issued a set of demands which included the resignation of the President and Vice President of Mexico. When the demands were not met, fighting broke out in Mexico City.
  • La rebelión de los Polkos fue un conflicto bélico contextualizado entre las luchas del centralismo-federalismo de la primera mitad del siglo XIX durante la administración de Valentín Gómez Farías. El levantamiento armado fue en contra de la Ley del 11 de enero de 1847 y a favor de una presidencia de Antonio López de Santa Anna. Se lo conoció como rebelión de los polkos por que muchos oficiales del general De la Peña Barragán bailaban la danza polka.
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