Why was the Alamo chosen as a battle site?

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Is The Alamo a Texas battle site for the Texas revolution?

Yes the Alamo is one of the battle sites during the Texas revolution.

What State was a famous battle was fought at site of this mission in 1836?

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What was the Site of defeat of Mexicans by 120 Texans in a brief battle?

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