Relief of Thionville
|Battle of Thionville|
|Part of the Thirty Years' War and the
Franco-Spanish War (1635–59)
The Battle at Deidenhofen (Thionville) 1639, by Peter Snayers
|Commanders and leaders|
|Marquis de Feuquieres †||Ottavio Piccolomini|
|Casualties and losses|
|6,000 dead or wounded
|1,500 dead or wounded|
Feuquières, wounded in the fighting, was captured by the Imperial forces and died in captivity. In recognition of his victory, Piccolomini was created Duke of Amalfi by the Spanish Crown on 28 June.
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