The Texan army was a newly formed formation that had been created to resist Mexican rule. They fought the Battle of Conceptions. Texas was under Mexican rule and new immigrant immigrants wanted to gain their freedom. The Mexicans wanted to expand the Spanish colony after they had achieved independence in 1821. Conception, the Battle of Conception, was fought on October 28th 19435 at Mission conception field (USA), which is two km from San Antonio Downtime. General Domingo Ugartechea Domingo was the commander of the Mexican forces during the Battle of Medina, and also oversaw the suppression of Gutierrez-Magee’s expedition. An experienced war veteran, he led the Mexican troops at the Battle of Medina as well as the suppression of Gutierrez Magee’s expedition. The commanders of Mexico’s army were James Fannin, and James Bowie. These men had sophisticated military skills that helped the New Texas organisation to resist the Spanish army’s continued dominance. After the Mexican president had ordered that the army conquer Texas, the fighting began. To restrict the flow of people to Bexar in Texas, the Mexican army occupied it. Nevertheless, Austin and Bowie provided combined leadership during the conflict which resulted in the victory of the Texans over the Mexicans. Mexicans wanted to gain more power in Texas and were the aggressors. Texans defended themselves from an aggressive Mexico during conflict that erupted after Spain’s independence.
The combat organization was established shortly before the Mexican president gave the order to the military for Mexico’s seize of control. General Martin Perfectos de Cos (who had also been involved in Mexican wars such as the fight for Medica, and other expeditions), issued the president’s order on October 13th 1835 and directed the army to attack San Antonio de Bexar. This event prompted the Mexican new organization to select James Bowie (leader of the Mexican resistance army) and James Fannin (leader of the Mexican revolution). Four companies with ninety soldiers joined Fannin, Bowie. Captains Valentine Bennet (Michael Goshen), Andrew Briscoe, Robert Coleman, headed each company. Each unit was given a distinct assignment, while others were responsible for the protection of the San Antonio River.