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The siege ended 2 January , when the Brazilian and Colorado forces conquered the town. From 6 December until 8 December, the Brazilians and Colorados made attempts to storm the town, advancing through the streets, but were unable to take it.
The Brazilians and Colorados briefly lift their siege while dealing with this new threat. On 31 December, the Brazilians and Colorados recommenced their attack, and after a bitter struggle overran the city's defenses on 2 January From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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