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Battle of Verdun (1792)

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Battle of Verdun (1792)
Part of the War of the First Coalition
Capitulation de Verdun 1792.jpg

The body of Colonel Beaurepaire leaving Verdun after the battle.
Date29 August – 2 September 1792[1]
Location49°09′39″N 5°23′18″E / 49.1608°N 5.3884°E / 49.1608; 5.3884
Result Prussian victory[1]
Belligerents
Constitutional Cabinet of Louis XVI Kingdom of France  Kingdom of Prussia
Commanders and leaders
Constitutional Cabinet of Louis XVI Colonel Beaurepaire  Kingdom of Prussia Charles II, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel
Strength
4,000[1] 40,000[1]
Location within Europe

The first Battle of Verdun was fought on 29 August 1792 between French Revolutionary forces and a Prussian army during the opening months of the War of the First Coalition. The Prussians were victorious, gaining a clear westward path to Paris.[2]

Battle

Colonel Nicolas-Joseph Beaurepaire, who had commanded the defense of Verdun, chose death by suicide to avoid the dishonor of surrendering Verdun.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Bodart 1908, p. 269.
  2. ^ Parker 2008, p. 195.

References

  • Parker, Geoffrey (2008). The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare. New York: Cambridge University Press. p. 195. ISBN 978-0-521-73806-4. Retrieved 22 January 2012.
  • Bodart, Gaston (1908). Militär-historisches Kriegs-Lexikon (1618-1905). Retrieved 4 July 2022.

External links

Preceded by
French Revolution
French Revolution: Revolutionary campaigns
Battle of Verdun (1792)
Succeeded by
Siege of Thionville (1792)
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