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"You May Take Our Lives, But You Will Never Take Our Freedom"
Artist: Kirk Stirnweis
6 March 1836 - Against the imposing Alamo backdrop, Colonel David Crockett and his dwindling band of courageous Texan allies, tenaciously defend their position against the charging Mexican forces of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. Rather than yield their ground or their freedom, the hopelessly outnumbered Americans heroically fought to the last man. Their sacrifice inspired an entire nation and became the battle cry for Texas Independence.
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