DIAZ STARTS BACK TO MEXICAN HOME

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Former President, Forced Into Exile by Madero, Will Aid Victorious Nephew
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ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, March 10---Don Porfirio Diaz, former President of Mexico,
who was exiled when Madero come into power, today started back to Mexico
City to advise Fellz Diaz, leader of the recent revolution. He was a
passenger on the White Star liner Adriatic, which sailed for New York via
Naples. Diaz will stop in France, where he will be met by a party of young
Mexican army officers, appointed by President Huerta to escort Diaz home. He
came from Cairo to Alexandria in the private car of the Khedive.

On the Adriatic also is J. Perpont Morgan, the financier, who has been ill
on the Nile and at Cairo, who is bound for New York.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2013) DIAZ STARTS BACK TO MEXICAN HOME (The Washington Times, Monday 10th March 1913, ref: #19338, published 9 March 2013, generated 23rd September 2021 12:51:13 PM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/diaz-starts-back-to-mexican-home-19338.html