The battle of the Alamo is so important because there was billions of people fitting against just a few hundred other solder's.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was the leader of the Mexican forces at the Battle of the Alamo. He was very important, because if he wasn't there, then there probably wouldn't have been a battle at the Alamo!
to show Texas's' independence
to show texas's independance.
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The Battle of the Alamo, the birth of Texas' liberty.
The reason the battle of the Alamo was so important is because it involves some of the most important events in Texas gaining it's independence from Mexico.
yes the fall of the Alamo and the battle of the Alamo are the same
It was the battle of Alamo and the battle of San Jacinto.
The Battle of the Alamo was held at the Alamo, which is in San Antonio, Texas.
The Battle of Alamo is important because the Texans fought for freedom for Texas. They wanted to become a free state and not be controlled by the Mexicans
It was when the battle of The Alamo ended.
The question is incorrect. The Alamo is part of Mexican and Texas History. The Alamo was not part of the US.
The Battle of the Alamo was in 1836.
his birth,death, and the battle of the alamo
Because of his role in the battle of the Alamo
The Battle of the Alamo was fought at the Alamo Mission in what is now San Antonio, Texas, USA.
Before the battle of the Alamo it was used as a spainish mission in the 1750s and 1760s.
what became the battle crie after the alamo
The Battle of the Alamo begain in 1836 in San Antonio.
Mexico won the first battle of the Alamo
Texas lost the Battle of the Alamo.
The Battle of the Alamo.
the battle of the alamo
The Battle of the Alamo occured in the Alamo, an old church in San Antonio being used as a fort