By Bradley Folsom
Folsom’s full of life account indicates the demanding situations of governing an enormous and inhospitable area and offers perception into nineteenth-century army strategies and Spanish viceregal realpolitik. while Arredondo and his army—which incorporated Arredondo’s protégé, destiny president of Mexico Antonio López de Santa Anna—arrived in Nuevo Santander in 1811, they speedy suppressed a innovative upheaval. Arredondo went directly to expel a military of revolutionaries and invaders from the USA who had taken over Texas and declared it an self reliant republic. within the conflict of Medina, the bloodiest conflict ever fought in Texas, he beaten the insurgents and his victory with a purge that lowered Texas’s inhabitants by way of part. Over the subsequent 8 years, Arredondo confronted clean demanding situations to Spanish sovereignty starting from Comanche and Apache raids to persevered American incursion. In reaction, Arredondo missed his superiors and ordered his squaddies to terrorize those that disagreed with him.
Arredondo’s activities had dramatic repercussions in Texas, Mexico, and the U.S.. His determination to permit Moses Austin to colonize Texas with americans may culminate within the defeat of Santa Anna in 1836, yet now not prior to Santa Anna had made reliable use of the teachings in brutality he had discovered so good from his mentor.
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