|Battle of Daun|
|Part of Central German Front|
|Commanders and leaders|
|George S. Patton||Hermann Foertsch|
The Ulmen Regiment of the German Army attacked the French-held town of Daun, hoping to put up a last-ditch defense of the Fatherland. The French soldiers were experienced from past victories and defeats, and faced nothing more than a rag-tag group of German male and female youths, and many of the Germans were killed in action during the failed attack.