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Santa Anna's campaign against Texas, 1835-1836; featuring the field commands issued to Major General Vicente Filisola,

Author: Richard G Santos
Publisher: [Waco, Tex.], [Texian Press], [1968]
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"Featured within the pages of this book is the Orderbook of field commands issued by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna to Major General Vicente Filisola during the Texas Revolution. The orderbook is the file copy of the commands dictated by Santa Anna to a subordinate ... After much consultation with fellow translators of historical documents written in Spanish, it was decided to keep as literal a translation as possible  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Santos, Richard G.
Santa Anna's campaign against Texas, 1835-1836.
[Waco, Tex., Texian Press, 1968]
(OCoLC)657628484
Named Person: Antonio López de Santa Anna; Vicente Filísola; Antonio López de Santa Anna; Vicente Filísola; Vicente Filísola; Antonio López de Santa Anna
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard G Santos
OCLC Number: 441071
Description: xv, 172 pages illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits 29 cm
Contents: Opening of hostilities --
December, 1835 --
January, 1836 --
The siege and fall of the Alamo --
The march on San Jacinto --
Santa Anna's orderly book.
Responsibility: by Richard G. Santos.

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"Featured within the pages of this book is the Orderbook of field commands issued by Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna to Major General Vicente Filisola during the Texas Revolution. The orderbook is the file copy of the commands dictated by Santa Anna to a subordinate ... After much consultation with fellow translators of historical documents written in Spanish, it was decided to keep as literal a translation as possible to preserve the spirit and content of the original commuiques. The entries were then arranged in chronological order and interworven within the narrative history of the Revolution. Moreover, an effort was made to investigate and present the cause, setting, continuity, and impact of each command before and after its issuance"--Jacket.

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