This nice and violent tableau from the American Historical Wax Museum shows the battle of the Alamo. In this scene we see Mexican soldiers attacking what's left of the Texians hold up in the Alamo. The battle, which resulted in the Mexicans overtaking the mission and killing most of the Texians, ended on March 6th 1836.
This is probably William B. Travis, who commanded the Texian army during the battle. They did a good job with his expression in this very dynamic scene.
A dead Davy Crockett lies on the sand. In the old television series, he was the last survivor, and began to swing his rifle at the invaders after he ran out of ammunition. Here, he didn't quite make it that long.
View more information on the battle here.
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