The Alamo and the War of Texan Independence 1835–36

By: Author: Philip Haythornthwaite, illustrator: Paul Hannon

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In 1823 Texas was opened to American settlement; over the next 12 years thousands took advantage of the opportunity. During this time the corrupt Santa Anna rose to power. A dishonest and ruthless politician, thief, compulsive gambler, opium addict and liar, he nevetheless gained a measure of popular support and set about destroying federalism. Conflict with the American settlers ('Texians') became inevitable, a conflict which included the legendary Battle of the Alamo. Philip Haythornwaite covers the story of the War of Texan Independence (1835-1936) in a volume backed by a wealth of illustrations and photographs, including eight full page colour plates by Paul Hannon

Title: The Alamo and the War of Texan Independence 1835–36

Author: Author: Philip Haythornthwaite, illustrator: Paul Hannon

Illustrator: Reg. Price: $14.95

Categories: Texas, War of Texan Independence,

Publisher: Osprey: 1992

ISBN Number: 0850456843

ISBN Number 13: 9780850456844

Binding: paperback

Book Details: 48 pages, paperback, Osprey

Seller ID: 456843

Description: In 1823 Texas was opened to American settlement; over the next 12 years thousands took advantage of the opportunity. During this time the corrupt Santa Anna rose to power. A dishonest and ruthless politician, thief, compulsive gambler, opium addict and liar, he nevetheless gained a measure of popular support and set about destroying federalism. Conflict with the American settlers ('Texians') became inevitable, a conflict which included the legendary Battle of the Alamo. Philip Haythornwaite covers the story of the War of Texan Independence in a volume backed by a wealth of illustrations and photographs, including eight full page colour plates by Paul Hannon.

Table of Contents
Historical Background
The War of Texan Independence
The Mexican Army
The Texian Army
The Plates