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The Battle of the Alamo FT. Antonio de Padua María Severino López de Santa Anna y Pérez de Lebrón

Released Tuesday, 6th July 2021
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The Battle of the Alamo was a vicious last stand battle, where a ragtag group of Americans fought for their right to be Americans in Mexico.  And also so that they could bring slaves there, get free land and not pay taxes.  It's a story of intrigue, passion and the Pirate King of Galveston who was a real person.   But it's also a story where basically everybody is a bad person and it's kind of hard to develop emotional stakes because literaly everybody is a slave owning fedual landlord.

When was the Battle of the Alamo? Who Died at the Alamo? Who Fought at the Alamo? When is the Alamo open? Where is the Alamo? What times does the Alamo close? Who built the Alamo? Why is the Alamo famous? who named the Alamo?
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