|Battle of Emmendingen|
|Part of the French Revolutionary War|
|First French Republic||Habsburg Austria|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Jean Victor Marie Moreau||Archduke Charles, Duke of Teschen
Wilhelm von Wartensleben
The Battle of Emmendingen was a battle at Emmendingen on the Elz river in what is now southern Germany. It was a battle of the War of the First Coalition, the first of the French Revolutionary Wars. It occurred on 19 October 1796 and constituted an Austrian victory over French Revolutionary forces.
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