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  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Our most sacred duties have brought us to these uninhabited land and demand our engaging in combat against a rabble of wretched adventurers...
  • Men, we are gonna go to the Alamo. To put the rebelling Texans into place.
  • But it's the middle of winter
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Meanwhile...
  • Victory  or Death
  • Please help us win this battle against Mexico, please!!!
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Later...
  • You are under siege!!!
  • Santa Anna (the leader and president of the Mexicans), gave a speech to the Mexicans of his army of why they were fighting the Texans. This encouraged many Mexicans to keep on going through the harsh winter weather.
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Attack!!!
  • While Santa Anna was marching closer and closer to the Alamo, William B. Travis (the leader of the Texans during the Battle of the Alamo) wrote a document labeled as "Victory or Death". This document called on whoever would help Texas be an independent nation from Mexico (that was Texas' plan through out the revolution).
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Later...
  • Santa Anna killed them all!!!
  • A few days later, Mexico put Texas under siege so they couldn't get any more supplies. They put the Alamo under siege for a total of 13 days. The Texans were trapped.
  • Battle of the Alamo
  • Meanwhile...
  • We have only won at the Alamo, there is still the entire state of Texas left to put in place. Onwards!!! 
  • After putting the Alamo under siege for 13 days, Mexico finally decided to attack. This battle only lasted only 90 minutes or 1 1/2 hours, but the Texans were all killed. No one was left to tell the story except for Susana Dickinson and her baby.
  • Susana Dickinson and her baby, the only survivors fled from the Alamo to tell the story of Santa Anna and his army to the rest of the Texans.
  • After the Battle of the Alamo, Santa Anna was sure he would be able to defeat the rest of Texas. So he and his men marched onwards to San Jacinto in the harsh winter weathers.
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