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The Siege of Fort Julien was a military engagement that took place during the French Revolutionary Wars as part of the French campaign in Egypt and Syria from 8 to 19 April, 1801. The action was between a British and Ottoman force numbering 2,000 men and a besieged French force of 306 men.

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  • The Siege of Fort Julien was a military engagement that took place during the French Revolutionary Wars as part of the French campaign in Egypt and Syria from 8 to 19 April, 1801. The action was between a British and Ottoman force numbering 2,000 men and a besieged French force of 306 men.
  • The Siege of Fort Julien was a military engagement that took place during the French Revolutionary Wars as part of the French campaign in Egypt and Syria from 8 to 19 April 1801. The action was between a British and Ottoman force numbering 2,000 men and a besieged French force of 306 men.
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  • Siege of Fort Julien
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  • The Siege of Fort Julien was a military engagement that took place during the French Revolutionary Wars as part of the French campaign in Egypt and Syria from 8 to 19 April, 1801. The action was between a British and Ottoman force numbering 2,000 men and a besieged French force of 306 men.
  • The Siege of Fort Julien was a military engagement that took place during the French Revolutionary Wars as part of the French campaign in Egypt and Syria from 8 to 19 April 1801. The action was between a British and Ottoman force numbering 2,000 men and a besieged French force of 306 men.
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  • 264 surrendered
  • 41 killed or wounded
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  • French Republic
  • United Kingdom
  • Ottoman Empire
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  • Anglo-Ottoman victory
  • Anglo Ottoman victory
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  • 2,000
  • 306
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