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Myth # 62: Everyone was killed at the Alamo.

“Remember the Alamo!” became a famous battle cry. We may remember the Alamo, but we don’t remember who died there. The battle of 1836 was a victory for the Mexican army under Ge...

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Alamo. San Antonio, Texas.

River Walk, San Antonio, Texas been there during my boot camp- time in Texas ohh would not want to live thru that again! The "new boot camp is so much "softer" will maybe go back to visit under "vacationing time" & not military time lol it is pretty cool place to visit

Mar. 6, 1836, Davy Crockett, James Bowie, Col. William Travis and 184 Texas soldiers are wiped out as the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, falls into the hands of the Mexican Army.

The Alamo has it looked in 1836.

On February 24, 1836, Colonel William Travis issues a call for help on behalf of the Texan troops defending the Alamo.

We head to Gulf Shores, Al this summer for a family vacation. Our rental is near Fort Morgan and I am actually pumped to see this historic site and, hopefully, get some great photos.

Texas is the passion, the proper study and the possession of all Texans. John Steinbeck, 1962

Haha I ain't from Texas but pretty close. And all this is true where I live. In okla about 30 mins from tx state line.

Oh yes. Especially the Houston speed limit one, also passing on the right side of the road and making your own "get off" on I290...

The Martyrs of the Alamo - This earliest surviving Alamo film is the story of the defense of the Spanish mission used as a fortress by 185 Texans and volunteers against an overwhelming Mexican army in 1836. The Martyrs of the Alamo was produced in 1915 by American film pioneer D.W. Griffith. It is an epic film; truly a rare cinematic treat. Release Date: November 21, 1915 (USA)

Did you know that in 1836, Texans used a route named El Camino Real de los Tejas (The Royal Road of Texas) to flee from Santa Anna in the Runaway Scrape? Had no idea where the street name came from