Manuel Castilla Brito

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General Manuel Castilla Brito (Campeche, 1872 - Cali, Colombia, 1942) was a Mexican military who participated in the Mexican Revolution. He was born in Campeche, at the end of century XIX; son of Marcelino Castilla that was governor of Campeche, Mexico from 1877 to 1880. Castilla Brito rose in arms against the dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz together with Jose Maria Pino Suárez, Arcadio Zentella Priego and Manuel Sanchez Marmol. He was governor of Campeche (1911 - 1913), during the presidency of Francisco I. Madero. Castilla Brito opposed counterrevolutionary Victoriano Huerta.

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