Relief of Thionville

Battle of Thionville
Part of the Thirty Years' War and the
Franco-Spanish War (1635–59)
Peter Snayers - The battle for the relief of Thionville. 1st Phase, 1639.jpg
The Battle at Deidenhofen (Thionville) 1639, by Peter Snayers
Date6–7 June 1639
LocationThionville, near Luxembourg, Spanish Netherlands (present-day France)
ResultDecisive Spanish victory[1]
Belligerents
 France Spain
Commanders and leaders
Kingdom of France Marquis de Feuquieres Spain Ottavio Piccolomini
Strength
9,000 infantry
2,600 cavalry[2]
14,000 infantry
6,000 cavalry
Casualties and losses
6,000 dead or wounded
3,000 captured
1,500 dead or wounded