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Amanecer en el Zócalo
She was born in Paris to upper-class parents, including her mother whose family fled Mexico during the Mexican Revolution. Despite the lack of opportunity for women from the s to the s, she wrote about social and political issues in newspapers, books in both fiction and nonfiction form. Her best known work is La noche de Tlatelolco The night of Tlatelolco , the English translation was entitled "Massacre in Mexico" about the repression of the student protests in Mexico City. Although she turned down the title of Princess of Poland that she inherited through her father's royal family, and due to her leftwing views, she has been nicknamed "the Red Princess. The family left Paris when she was nine, going first to the south of the country. When the deprivations of the war became too much and the southern part of France, the Zone libre , was invaded by Germany and Italy in , the family left France entirely for Mexico when she was ten years old. Her father remained in France to fight, participating later in D-Day in Normandy.
Amanecer En El Zocalo: Los 50 Dias Que Confrontaron a Mexico
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