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Mexico - Ejército Popular Revolucionario

Revolutionary People's Army / EPR

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[Flag of EPR]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, Feb. 3, 2002


See also:

Ejército Popular Revolucionario
Revolutionary People's Army (EPR)

The flag of the Popular Revolutionary Army (EPR) of Mexico is shown in a photograph in US News and World Report, 1996-09-23 issue, page 61. It has a green field with a red star, superimposed over which are crossed rifle, machete and hammer. Just off the three uppermost points of the star are the initials of this faction, EPR. The emblems and letters are in black. Two other flags are also shown in the photo, the Mexican Flag and another revolutionary flag of what appears to be dark green with a red star in the center.

[Variant flag of EPR]
by António Martins, 07 Jan 1999

On the hats of the masked rebels in the photo are emblems, the bottom half of which is the mexican tricolor (without arms; i.e. “Italy”) over which is a black panel with three red stars. The four rebels in the picture are wearing red masks over their faces.

Another photo accompanying this article (page 64) shows some black-masked rebels standing under a Mexican Flag. Their rifles are painted Green-Black-Red. The caption refers to the Zapatista rebels (another faction) but it is not clear if that is who is pictured in the photo.

Dave Martucci, 19 Dec 1995


EPR's coat of arms

[EPR's coat of arms]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, Feb. 3, 2002


Partido Democrático Popular Revolucionario (PDPR)
Revolutionary Democratic People's Party

[EPR's coat of arms]
by Juan Manuel Gabino Villascán, Feb. 3, 2002

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