The son of a family of numerous offspring who lived in very poor conditions, forcing him to have to earn a living since childhood. I was voceador of newspapers – tells us Mancisidor-, deliveryman, parador of twisty and right and tour guide through the dangerous places of the city. Between these sailors and fishermen without love of money. I started with them in life. He also works as a film Assistant and as a storekeeper at the docks. He studied his primary studies at the Cantonal school Francisco Javier Clavijero and subsequently studied to naval mechanic in the school of Maestranza de la Secretaria de Marina, until third year but invasion by American Marines in the city of Veracruz, makes you take up arms to defend your city in 1914 and later participates in the Mexican revolution under the command of general Candido Aguilar, arriving to be appointed military commander and Governor of the territory of Quintana Roo. In 1917 he married Dolores Varela.
Local of the Xalapa district is a member during the triennium 1926-1929. The Governor Adalberto Tejeda appointed him director of the printing press of the Government of Veracruz. In 1932 he became Professor of the history of Mexico in the Normal School of Veracruz Enrique C. Rebsamen. By that time collaborates in seed magazine, publishes the journal route and created his own publishing house called integrals. In 1934 is one of the founders of the League of writers and artists revolutionaries (LEAR). The following year he attended the first Congress of writers Americans in New York as President of the LEAR.
In 1936 he traveled to the Soviet Union where attends the funerals of Maxim Gorky and knows famous Soviet personalities. In 1938 he was appointed head of the Department of evening secondary of the Federal District. In his last years of life he is the teaching of history at national school of teachers, higher Normal School, the secondary school for girls Number eight and in the Universidad Obrera de Mexico. Other outstanding works of Mancisidor are novels, New York revolutionary (1935), a Spanish mother (1938), in the rosa de los vientos (1940), our oil (1956) and named Catalina (1958); the stories, how fell heroes (1930), one hundred twenty days (1937), oath (1947), the first stone (1950), told it Me Maria Kaimlova (1955) and the trials, Stalin, the man of steel (1950) and Balzac, the human sense of his work (1952), among others. And as said the novelist of the revolution: the wide avenues stained with blood, the red flags and the challenging pennants watered capriciously, gave the population the exotic look of a red city whose bloody dye was stated by moments. Francisco Arias Solis is loves freedom as he loves and needs air, bread and love. For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.