LaMonica, Jeffrey

Dr. Jeffrey LaMonica is an Associate Professor of History at Delaware County Community College.

The 1916 War Between Pancho Villa and the U.S. Army: The Military Legacy of the US/Mexican Border
2021 1-4955-0865-X
The United States Army’s 1916 Punitive Expedition into Mexico is one of the lesser known and more misunderstood military campaigns in US history. General Francisco “Pancho” Villa and his army of Villistas’ attack on the town of Columbus, New Mexico in March 1916 instigated a US invasion of Mexico. Over the next eleven months, Brigadier General John J. Pershing led ten thousand US soldiers in search of Villa and his troops across the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua. Pershing’s expedition and the National Guard’s border defense resulted in ten battles and skirmishes, dozens of US casualties, and hundreds of Mexican casualties. This title includes 4 color photos and 8 black and white photos.

Price: $139.95