The Battle of Huesca was fought during the First Carlist War on May 24, 1837, between Spanish Constitutionalists and Carlists. During the course of the battle, the French Foreign Legion, which had been attached to the Cristinist army, suffered heavy casualties resulting in its strength being halved. The result of the battle was a decisive Carlist victory.

Battle of Huesca
Part of First Carlist War
Date24 May 1837
Result Carlist Victory
Spain Spanish liberals Carlist Rebels
Commanders and leaders
General Iribarren
FranceJoseph Conrad

References edit

  • Piralla, Antonio (1869). Historia de la Guerra Civil, y de los Partidos Liberal y Carlista. Vol. V. pp. 88–94.