The Siege of Metz (1552-1553) was fought between Spain and France from October 31, 1552 to January 5, 1553. Emperor Charles V of Spain made the military attempt to forcibly regain the overlordship over Metz. However, his troops were defeated by the French army who defended Metz under the command of Francis, Duke of Guise. As a result, Metz remained in French hands.
- Chaunu P. (2000) Charles Quint. Eds. Fayard. ISBN 978-2-213-60394-0 pp. 707–760 (French)
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