Davy Crockett at the Battle of the Alamo, Texas Revolution, 1836
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|Caption||Davy Crockett at the Battle of the Alamo, Texas Revolution, 1836. Remember the Alamo! Davy Crockett eventually fell to the ceaseless Mexican attacks. NB: Scan of small illustration.|
|Creator||Luis Arcas Brauner, Spanish (1934–89)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|defending defence Alamo fortress mission Texas Texan Texans Mexico Mexican Mexicans soldiers army guns warfare siege fighting Davy Crockett Antonio Lopez De Santa Anna San Antonio military Texas Revolution independence battle Battle Of The Alamo 19th Century 1830s American USA United States courage bravery heroic heroism heroes outnumbered tcx casualty rifles killing Luis Arcas Luis Arcas Brauner|
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|B183240-81||Hi-res: 4,246 x 4,115 pixels
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