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29 The Mexican people needed that determination. Napoleon sent 30,000 more French soldiers to Mexico. For three years, the Mexicans kept battling the French. 30 During that time, every May fifth, Mexicans took time to celebrate. They proudly remembered their victory at Puebla. It reminded them to stay brave and fight for their heart’s desire, a free Mexico. 31 During those years, the Civil War went on in the United States. The South grew poorer and weaker. France could not help the South. To keep Mexico under control, Napoleon had sent more soldiers, horses, food, and weapons.
Little bits of pink, blue, green, purple, and yellow paper shower down on the parade. 39 That night there is a show on the famous battlefield. People dress up like soldiers and act out the Battle of Puebla. They do not use bullets and cannonballs. Instead they toss f lowers at each other. They throw eggshells filled with confetti. Fireworks burst in the sky above Puebla’s forts. In the United States, Cinco de Mayo has become a big fiesta too. It was not always that way. In the 1960s, Mexican Americans wanted to share their culture.
Since May 5, 1862, Mexicans and Americans have been good neighbors. Together, they have fought for freedom in many wars. Every year, on both sides of the border, we celebrate Cinco de Mayo. 35 The biggest celebration takes place in Puebla, Mexico. People get up early and head for the Boulevard of the Heroes of Cinco de Mayo. There, they rent chairs to watch the parade. It is noisy and crowded. The sun beats down. Merchants holler, selling cotton candy, bubbles, and binoculars. ” they call. ” There are paper parasols in bright colors.