Siege of Toul
|Siege of Toul|
|Part of the Franco-Prussian War|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Frederick Francis II||?|
|up to 13,000 soldiers||ca. 2,400 soldiers
The Siege of Toul was the siege of the French town of Toul from 16 August to 23 September 1870 by Prussian, Bavarian and Württemberg forces during the Franco-Prussian War. 64 guns opened fire at 6am on September 23, and the fortress surrendered at 3pm after 2,433 shells had been fired.
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