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The Mexican army annihilated defenders at?

The Alamo.


The Mexican army killed how many defenders in the Alamo?

All the Alamo defenders were killed.


What did the defenders of Alamo do for Texans?

They were simply outnumbered by General Santa Anna's Mexican army.


What is remeber the Alamo?

The defenders of the Alamo were greatly outnumbered but fought on to give the American Army time to rally against the Mexican Army. Remember the Alamo became a rallying cry of the war with Mexico.


How did the Battle of the Alamo start?

At 0530 on the 13th day of the siege the Mexican Army attacked at several points and within one hour, the Alamo defenders were dead.


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Who would win a war the Mexican army the American army?

The mexican army if course


Who was the leader of the Mexican army?

santa Anna is the leader of the Mexican army


Why was the provisonal government of Texas unable to aide the defenders of the Alamo?

It was ill equipped in manpower, organisation and logistics to fight a superior standing Army under Santa Anna. All the defenders could offer was the chance to delay the Mexican Army and give Sam Houston a chance to position his forces for the deciding Battle of San Jacinto on 21 April 1836.


Why was the Alamo important to american history?

Quite simply, the duration of time that the defenders of the Alamo held Santa Ana and the Mexican Army gave Sam Houston enough time to mobilize an army of Texan volunteers which eventually defeated the Mexicans after they had conquered the Alamo. If the defenders of the Alamo had been defeated immediately, Texas may not have become part of the USA


When did the Alamo start?

It started February 23, 1836 and ended 13 days later on March 6, 1836 when General Antonio López of Santa Anna's Mexican army overwhelmed the defenders.


What army invaded Refugio?

The army was the Mexican army and around 500 Mexican solders invaded Refugio, San Antonio, And Goliad .


What is the defending army at the battle of Hastings?

The defenders were the Anglo-saxon army led by King Harold, who was killed.


Where did most of the fighting of the Mexican American army take place?

What treaty ended the mexican american army


Who did the Mexican army defeat?

The Fench Army of Napoleon


Who was the Mexican general that led the Mexican Army?

Santa Anna


Who was the Mexican General who led the Mexican Army?

Santa Anna


Which side won during the battle at the Alamo?

the texans _____________________________ The battle of the Alamo was a tactical defeat for the Texans, who were slaughtered to the last man. However, nobody ever expected the Texans to win the battle; it was a holding action, designed to delay the Mexican army under General Santa Ana. During the two weeks while the Mexican army was attacking the defenders at the Alamo, the main force of the Texan army under Sam Houston was assembling. The delay at the Alamo proved deadly to the Mexican army, which was routed at the Battle of San Jacinto a month later. Additionally, the viciousness of the Mexican army at the Alamo and at Goliad (under Santa Ana's orders, they had executed any prisoners) inflamed the Texan soldiers who overran the Mexican forces and returned the favor.


What happened at the Battle of the Alamo?

The Battle of the Alamo followed a 13-day siege by the Mexican army (1,800 strong) against 189 defenders of the Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas, in 1836. The battle rallyed the Texas army and garnered support from America for the independence of Texas. The Texians wanted independence from Mexico, and the 189 defenders fought to the death for it. Santa Anna was the leader of the Mexican army and William B. Travis commanded the forces at the Alamo. It happened in San Antonio February 23 - March 6, 1836. Most historians agree that Mexican army casualties and losses numbered between 400 and 600, while all defenders of the Alamo were killed. However, some noncombatant slaves and women were spared, including Susanna Wilkerson Dickinson, her infant daughter, Juana Navarro Alsbury, her infant son, other Tejano women, and Travis's slave, Joe.


How many soldiers fought at the Alamo?

2,400 Mexican regulars vs. 260 Texian defenders.


How big is the mexican army?

army 1,000.000 reserve 205,000


Which army was porfirio diaz enroll?

The Federal Mexican Army.


Who won the Mexican army and defeated Texas?

we won the mexican war


What was the result of the Mexican army's victory over the Texan garrison at the Alamo?

The result of the Mexican victory was that fallen defenders became heroes to the cause of Texan independence.


Who marched on the Alamo?

The Mexican Army.