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Cinco de Mayo

May 5th

TermDefinition
Cinco de Mayo The 5th of May commemorates the victory at the Battle of Puebla in 1862
Mariachi a group of street musicians in Mexico
General Ignacio Zaragoza led the Mexican army in the Battle of Puebla
Mexico a Central American country
Benito Juárez A Zapotec Indian, President of Mexico
Napoleon III Ruler of Mexico during the French occupation
La Batalla de Puebla The Battle of Puebla on May 5th, 1862
fiesta a holiday or festivity
amigo a friend
Maximilian ordered the French ships to attack
piñata traditionally made with paper mache and cardboard
dulces candies (to put in a piñata)
Created by: marykate.donovan