|Battle of Colorno|
|Part of the War of the Polish Succession|
|Archduchy of Austria|
|Commanders and leaders|
Charles Emmanuel III of Sardinia|
François-Marie, 1st duc de Broglie
François de Franquetot de Coigny
Noël Jourda de Vaux
Frederick of Württemberg
Léopold-Marc de Ligniville †
|65,000 men||60,000 men|
|Casualties and losses|
|1,600 killed and wounded||1,300 killed and wounded|
Begun on 25 May 1734, the Imperial Austro-German armies conquered and occupied Colorno and its palace during the decisive attack of 1 June.
During the second battle of 4-5 June the Franco-Piedmontese drove them out of Colorno again, forcing them to withdraw.
These events were part of the Polish War of Succession and were the prelude of the larger Battle of San Pietro, which took place in the Valera Campaign, outside the walls of Parma, on 29 June 1734.