Mexican Soldiers

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Siege Of The Alamo - February 28 – March 2
... In an interview several years later, Bastian said that the group encountered a roving patrol of Mexican soldiers ... However, Juan Almonte's journal did not mention any firing by Mexican soldiers that evening ... Anna'a secretary Roman Martinez Caro did report firing by Mexican lines {in 1837} that "two small reinforcements from Gonzales that succeeded in breaking through ...
Siege Of The Alamo - March 3
... horse and rode, unmolested, through the Alamo gate as the ring of Mexican soldiers looked on in surprise ... The Texians watched from the walls as approximately 1000 Mexican troops, attired in dress uniform, marched into Bexar's military plaza ... The Mexican army celebrated loudly throughout the afternoon, both in honor of their reinforcements and at the news that troops under General Jose de Urrea had soundly defeated ...
List Of Texas Revolution Battles
... In early 1835, Mexican president Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna began centralizing power and operating as a dictator ... in Texas, an armed uprising began on October 2 when settlers refused to return a small cannon to Mexican troops ... This Battle of Gonzales ended with Mexican troops retreating empty handed to San Antonio de Bexar (now the U.S ...

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