The siege of Trarbach (10 April – 2 May 1734) was conducted during the War of the Polish Succession by French troops against a garrison of troops of the Holy Roman Empire in the fortress at Trarbach in the County of Sponheim, a small principality of the Holy Roman Empire (Trarbach is now in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany). The French, led by Marshal Belle-Isle, were victorious, and destroyed the fortress.
|Siege of Trarbach|
|Part of the War of the Polish Succession|
An engraving depicting the bombardment of Trarbach and the Grevenburg
|Kingdom of France||Holy Roman Empire|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Duc de Belle-Isle||Unknown|
|Casualties and losses|
- Gfrörer, August. Geschichte des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts, Volume 2 (History of the Eighteenth Century). Hurter, 1862.
- Rooke, Octavius. The life of the Moselle. Booth, 1858.
- Schütz, Ernst. Trarbach in alter Zeit (pp. 144ff)