The Battle of Gonzales was significant because —

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A. the Texan soldiers were unprepared
B. Mexican soldiers protected the town
C. it was the first battle of the Texas Revolution
D. Santa Anna was found and captured

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Although the skirmish had little military significance, it marked a clear break between the colonists and the Mexican government and is considered to have been the start of the Texas Revolution. News of the skirmish spread throughout the United States, where it was often referred to as the "Lexington of Texas".

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