Tomás Mejía Camacho
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José Tomás de la Luz Mejía Camacho better known as Tomás Mejía (September 17, 1820 – June 19, 1867) was a Mexican soldier, born in Pinal de Amoles, Sierra Gorda, Querétaro. He fought as a cavalry general on the side of Maximilian I of Mexico during the war between Monarchists and Republicans following the French intervention in 1862 and rise of the Second Mexican Empire in 1863-64.
- Hamnett, Brian. "Mexican Conservatives, Clericals and Soldiers: the 'Traitor' Tomás Mejía through Reform and Empire, 1855-1867." Bulletin of Latin American Research 20, no. 2 (2001): 187-209.
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