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Battle of the Alamo

Why did Texas fight for its freedom in the Battle of the Alamo?

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Answered 2008-05-09 06:34:37

The fight at The Alamo was just one of the earlier battles of Texas fight for freedom.

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How did the Battle of the Alamo affect the fight for Texas independence?

It showed them how hard they would have to fight for their freedom from Mexico.

Where was the fight between Texas and Mexico?

The battle of the Alamo.

Who did the citizens of Texas fight during the Battle of the Alamo?

2,400 mexicans

Was Davy Crockett from Texas?

He wasn't from Texas, but he visited to fight in the Battle of the Alamo and the Texas Revolution. So he was born in Greene County, Tennessee and he died at the Alamo in Texas.

Is there any reason for the battle of the Alamo happening on 1836?

The reason for the Alamo happening in 1836 is because that was the time they decided to fight, and freedom from Mexico is why. Back then, Texas was part of Mexico. They wanted freedom from Mexico, which means they wanted to be independent like most of the north eastern states. This was a little bit before 1836. They started planning . They had a battle a few years before for there freedom from mexico. They lost, and then the battle of the Alamo came in.

What impact did the Battle of the Alamo have as Texas continued their fight for independence?

Balls in ur face

Why did Davy Crockett die?

He died because he wanted to die: -If you thought that, you're wrong. He died fighting at the Battle of the Alamo The Battle of the Alamo is the battle against Mexico and Texas at the Alamo. He died fighting for Texas independence. He wanted Texas to be a part of the United States and not of Mexico. He came to fight at the Alamo. He died on March 6, 1836 fighting for liberty and justice

Did Sam Houston fight in the Battle of the Alamo?

No, he was not at that battle.

How is the Alamo an important landmark in Texas?

the alamo is really important to this country and its been built for years and so they used it for a pivotal battle in the fight for the independence of texas from mexico.also the alamo was build in 1744 and also located at downtown san antonio

What battles did James fannin fight in during the Texas revolution?

James Fannin fought in these battles:the Goliad MassacreBattle of ConcepcionBattle of the Alamo

What effect did the Battle of the Alamo have on Texas' fight for independence?

Losing made them that much more eager and spirited to win.

Why was the Alamo fight in Texas?

because Alamo killed so many people they wanted to get rid of him by starting as big fight

What was the fight in a mission where no Texas soldiers survived?

the alamo.

Why did they fight the Alamo?

independance of the state of Texas from Mexico

What was the purpose of the soldiers fighting at the Alamo?

The purpose for the Battle of the Alamo is that Mexico was pursuing north into Texas to fight the Texans. The Texans had declared their independence from the U.S. and Mexico. Mexico though didn't see Texas as an independent country so the Texans rebelled. The Battle of the Alamo was basically for the independence for Texas. Although we lost that battle we won the war and up until The Battle at San Jacinto, Mexico didnt view us as an independent nation.

Why did James Jim bowie go to Texas?

He went to Texas to fight in the Alamo.

Was the Alamo in the Spanish American War?

NO! The Alamo is located in the State of Texas USA and was involved in the fight to create Texas independence from Mexico.

What did Davy Crockett do in Texas?

Fight In The Alamo Duuuh! Lol

Did William B Travis fight in the Texas Revolution?

at the Alamo :)

What was the battle cry of the Texans in their fight for independence?

Remember the Alamo.

What battles did William b travis fight in?

the battle of Alamo

Where did they fight the Alamo?

Near present day San Antonio Texas.

Why did David Crockett fight in the Alamo?

He wrote to his friends that if Van Buren were elected he would move to Texas. There he signed an oath from the governor that he would serve in the Battle of the Alamo. If you need more information, go to Wikipedia.

Did they fight inside the Alamo?

Yes the Mexicans and the Texans both fought inside the Alamo during the Texas Revolution.

Why did Texans want to defend the Alamo?

They wanted to defend the Alamo because mexico watend to fight texas because mexio did not want to give texas to give its independence.

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