Battle of Truillas


Battle of Truillas

Infobox Military Conflict
conflict=Battle of Truillas
partof=the War of the Pyrenees
campaign=War of the First Coalition


caption=The "Battle of Truillas" by Jean-Baptiste Réville.
date=22 September, 1793
place=Trouillas, southern France
result=Spanish victory
combatant1=flagicon|France French Republic
combatant2=flag|Spain|1785
commander1=flagicon|France Auguste Dagobert
commander2=flagicon|Spain|1785 Antonio Ricardos
strength1=22,000
strength2=17,000
casualties1=3,000 killed or wounded,
1,500 captured,
10 cannons lost
casualties2=About 2,000 killed, wounded or missing

The Battle of Truillas was fought on 22 September 1793 during the French Revolutionary War, between French forces under General Dagobert and Spanish forces under General Don Ricardo. The battle was fought near the village of Truillas in southern France, 10 km southwest of Perpignan, and ended in a Spanish victory.

References

*Smith, D. "The Greenhill Napoleonic Wars Data Book". Greenhill Books, 1998.


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