|Battle for Wloclawek|
|Part of the Prussian Civil War|
Prussian artillery bombards the city.
|Prussian Empire|| Armia Wyzwolenia Polska|
| Alfred von Schliefen |
| 76,000 Prussian infantry|
470 Artillery batteries
| 46,780 Polish infantry|
36,000 Polish militia
7,500 Slovak infantry
|Casualties and losses|
| 13,890 killed |
| 67,503 killed |
The Battle for Wloclawek was a major battle of the Prussian Civil War. On the morning of May 9, 2011, a large Prussian National Army infantry force quickly surrounded the city and over three days pushed Polish and Slovak forces into the city. The 76,000 Prussian soldiers were able to quickly break the rebels' front lines, but found that breaking the remaining forces became very difficult. However, the highly trained Prussian forces were able to put down the resisters with favorable casualties. Thus, the battle drug out over the course of only three days as rebel forces were able to use the urban terrain to their advantage.
This battle was highly important to the Prussian side of the war as the Polish army in Wloclawek was the last main force of Polish resistance. Following the high casualties by the end of the battle, the remaining resistance forces throughout Poland became disorganized and allowed for further Prussian advancement through the Polish territory.