Battle of Langensalza (1761)
|Battle of Langensalza|
|Part of the Seven Years' War|
|Commanders and leaders|
| Friedrich Wilhelm von Syburg
Friedrich von Spörcken
| Jacques Philippe de Choiseul-Stainville
Friedrich Christoph zu Solms-Wildenfels
The Battle of Langensalza (10 February 1761) was an engagement between French forces and allied Prussian and Hanoverian forces during the Seven Years' War. It was fought near Langensalza in what is now eastern Germany. An allied advance surprised the French, resulting in the capture of 2,000 French soldiers.
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