“This Is A Cruel Truth, But I Cannot Omit It”: The Origin and Effect of Mexico’s No Quarter Policy in the Texas Revolution

@article{Winders2017ThisIA,
  title={“This Is A Cruel Truth, But I Cannot Omit It”: The Origin and Effect of Mexico’s No Quarter Policy in the Texas Revolution},
  author={R. Winders},
  journal={Southwestern Historical Quarterly},
  year={2017},
  volume={120},
  pages={412 - 439}
}
  • R. Winders
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Southwestern Historical Quarterly

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