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Today in Latin American History

Mexican president Manuel Ávila Camacho—seen here photographed for Life magazine in 1942, the year his country entered World War II—died at age 58 on October 13, 1955, over a decade after surviving an assassination attempt inside Mexico’s National Palace. One of President Ávila Camacho’s contributions to the war effort, the Bracero program, would bring hundreds of thousands of temporary workers from Mexico to the United States in its 22 year history. 

(via fylatinamericanhistory)