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by Roger Borroel

  • ISBN: 096247276X
  • Category: History
  • Author: Roger Borroel
  • Subcategory: Americas
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lavillita Pubns; 1st edition (January 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 158 pages
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The complete history of the Texan Revolution of 1836. This is a expanded edition with 82 more pages of research on this short, but savage war. The most up to date research, including never before translated Mexican Army documents which will enlighten the reader on this war for the control of Texas. A must have! This paperback text has 238 pages, 24 photos, artwork, maps, etc.
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Juce
Unfortunately my previous exchange with Roger Borroel has been deleted. I will repeat this. Roger wrote his "book," and self published under the name of La Villita publishing. As the publisher of La Villita he commented on himself as author that "Roger Borroel just keeps getting better and better." Am I the only one who sees something misleading and/or self delusional about something like this?
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This stuff is a decent translation of documents written in Spanish...consequently several Alamo Authors constantly praise Mr. Borroel because they want to use his stuff. However his expressed views are most disconcerting.....

Mr. Borroel got the 'big head' and is now so full of self-importance that he lashes out with dripping scorn and vicious slander against anyone who does not a agree with his views. Mr. Groneman is just the latest victim of this ant with an ego.....however, it is his views that are so troubling....and the attacks against so many other Alamo students and scholars for disagreeing....

Mr. Borroel is a congenital racist who hates everything Anglo, particularly David Crockett, Jim Bowie and William B. Travis (the most famous men in the Alamo).....According to Mr. Borroel, David Crockett hid in a room at the Alamo...was found...dragged before Santa Anna...and pleaded for his life...saying he was only passing through the area, Jim Bowie, while sick, nonetheless hid under his sheets quaking with fear before he died...Travis committed suicide. He then goes on to express his admiration of Santa Anna...who he feels was a great patriot who loved Mexico(and not the heartless self serving dictator that forced his conscripted soldiers to die for him...and not Mexico... in needless battle because the were like only so many 'chickens') He then praises the 'chickens' as great professional, well equipped and well trained soldiers serving Mexico who overcame the cowardly 'DUGGED IN' Texians in the Alamo and made short work of them........Well, he just goes on and on......

This, for example is his view on the man who was ordered by Santa Anna to murder the surrendered garrison at Goliad..."General Nicolas Portilla is the man who executed the 445 American invaders at Goliad, Texas because they invaded northern Mexico, Texas, in order to steal land, as is always the case! He was morally correct, and has no blame!"

He continues to mock any one who tries to see both sides of the issue as 'Davy Crockett' people...since he posts so many pictures of himself with weapons and wallows in self praise that he was in the 101 Airborne Division in Vietnam...I worry about what he may do if he ever 'loses it'.......(If he hates America so much why was he in the 101????)

Normally Mr. Borroel and his kind fade into the background and are, in the end full of 'sound and fury, signifying nothing', but, unfortunately, many 'serious' Alamo scholars (who privately disagree and mock his views)continue to cowtow to this man so they can use his translations and research which he does have some minor talent....

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