A SOLGW take of the Goliad Flag Severed Arm, Bloody Sword of 1836.

The Goliad flag was raised over the fortress of Goliad in Texas during the Texas Revolution against Mexico. Its meaning to Texans varies, but it falls under the meaning “I would rather cut off my right arm, than live under tyranny.” Over 500 Texans (Texians) were massacred at Goliad.

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