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Chevilly
 War: Franco-Prussian War

Date: 30 Sep 1870
Location: France  
Outcome: Inconclusive
Overview: Fought September 30, 1870, when a sortie from Paris under General Vinoy was repulsed by the Sixth German Corps under Von Tumpling, with a loss of 74 officers and 2,046 men. The Germans lost 28 officers and 413 men killed and wounded.  

Content source: Thomas Harbottle, Dictionary of Battles

 
See Also: Paris « Chevilly » Bellevue



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