What battle did the Texans win their independence from Mexican armies?
the battle of san jacinto
The Texans lost in the Battle of Alamo because there was more Mexican soldiers. There was actually three battles and the Texans lost the first and second time. The Texans attacked Antonio Lopez de Santa Ana's army, (the Mexican president) while they were resting in there tents. The Texans defeated the Mexican forces and about 700 of there men got killed while only nin Texans died. The second battle happened in only 18 minutes.
The Texas War of Independence concluded with the decisive militaristic defeat of the Mexican government against the Texan insurgents at the Battle of San Jacinto. In a span of eighteen minutes, Texan forces surprised Mexican commander Santa Anna's army on April 21, 1836. Heavily outnumbered, the Texans defeated the Mexican forces which numbered around 1,200 men. Only nine Texans perished at the battle. Ultimately, the Republic of Texas was born out of the Texas Revolution.