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Siege of Thionville (1792)

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Siege of Thionville (1792)
Part of the War of the First Coalition
Thionville-siège.jpg

Print of the 1792 siege of Thionville
Date24 August – 16 October 1792[1]
Location
Thionville, France
49°21′32″N 6°10′09″E / 49.3589°N 6.1692°E / 49.3589; 6.1692
Result French victory
Belligerents
 Kingdom of the French (until 21 September)
 French First Republic
Habsburg Monarchy Austria
Kingdom of Prussia Prussia
Flag of Royalist France.svg
Armée des Émigrés
Commanders and leaders
France Georges Félix de Wimpffen Kingdom of Prussia Frederick Louis, Prince of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen
Strength
3,000 – 5000[2] French 20,000 Austrians[3]
12,000[4]-16,000 French émigrés
Location within Europe

The siege of Thionville was a battle during the War of the First Coalition.[5]

Siege

It began at Thionville on 24 August 1792. A coalition force of 20,000 Austrians and 16,000 French Royalist troops under Frederick Louis, Prince of Hohenlohe-Ingelfingen failed to take the town, commanded by Georges Félix de Wimpffen, and raised the siege on 16 October. One of the French royalist troops was François-René de Chateaubriand, who was wounded in the battle.[6]

Aftermath

In the aftermath of the siege the National Convention declared that Thionville had "deserved well of the fatherland" - it named Place de Thionville and Rue de Thionville in Paris after the victory.

Legacy

Louis-Emmanuel Nadine created the lyrical drama Siége de Thionville in 1793.[7]

Notes

References

  • Baines, Edward (1818). History of the wars of the French revolution, from the breaking out of the war, in 1792, to the restoration of a general peace in 1815; comprehending the civil history of Great Britain and France, during that period. Retrieved 4 July 2022.
  • Leggewie, Robert (1990). Anthologie de la littérature française, Tome II (3rd ed.).
  • Nadine, Louis-Emmanuel (1793). Siége de Thionville. Retrieved 5 July 2022.
  • Luehe (1841). Militair-Conversations-Lexikon. Vol. 8. Retrieved 5 July 2022.
  • Minutoli, Johann Heinrich Carl von (1847). Der Feldzug der Verbündeten in Frankreich im Jahre 1792. Retrieved 5 July 2022.
  • Austria. K.u.k. Kriegsarchiv (1895). Mittheilungen des K.u.K. Kriegs-Archivs. Vol. 9. Retrieved 5 July 2022.

External links

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


This page was last edited on 12 July 2022, at 16:14
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