The steepness of the walls forced the attackers to look for more advantageous points of entrance.
The neighbourhood of San Roque was the assembly point of the II Tabor of regulares de Tétuan.
In the mean time, 4th Bandera charged Puerta de la Trinidad, in the south wall. This view is from the outer part.
In the Calle of San Juan, journalists counted over 300 dead people killed in the next few hours after the Nationalist victory. Rape and theft were also rampant. Badajoz lost 10% of its entire population.
Is it fair to the memory of the killed?