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The Alamo Front
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The Alamo, located in San Antonio, Texas, USA, is the " cradle of Texas liberty". The Almo is considered sacred ground to Texans and represents the "heroic struggle against impossible odds" by Texans and Tejanos for Texas liberty and their fight against General Antonio López de Santa Anna's army. It was also home to the last stand of renowned knife fighter Jim Bowie and frontiersman and politician Davy Crockett who said at one time "You may all go to hell, I will go to Texas".

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