3 ft x 5 ft Alamo outdoor nylon flag with white canvas heading and two brass grommets. Made in the U.S.A.
The Alamo Flag:
This was the flag the Texans chose as they boldly declared independence from Mexico, refusing to swear allegiance to the new dictator Santa Ana. Under it they fought the legendary battle of the Alamo, where Colonel Travis and his 182 Texan fighters fended off the Santa Ana’s Army for 11 days before being captured and slain. This flag was also flown in the war that followed, where an inflamed Texan force rallied under the battle cry “Remember the Alamo” and dealt a devastating blow to the Mexican Army, winning their freedom and a place in history. The flag is based on the Mexican flag, lacking the central logo and replacing it with the year the original constitution of Mexico was drafted, reminding them of what they had originally agreed to and what lead to the separation (the repealing of this constitution).