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Travis "Victory or Death" letter from The Alamo 1836 TEXAS
This antiqued parchment poster features a reproduction of the original handwritten 1836 letter, written by Lt. Col. William Barrett Travis who in command of the troops battling at The Alamo. He wrote his famous "Victory or Death" letter as the Alamo was surrounded by the Mexican army in San Antonio de Bexar. The Travis letter is considered by many to be one of the most heroic letters ever written. While faced with almost certain death, Travis vowed never to surrender or retreat and to "die like a soldier who never forgets what is due to his own honor & that of his country — Victory or Death."
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