|Previous Conflict||Coup of Solland|
|Siege of Hurlach|
|Start of Conflict||5134|
|End of Conflict||5136|
|Church of the Eternal Flame||Dutchy of Hurlach|
The Siege of Hurlach would last for nearly the entire length of the Solland Civil War but in terms of actual fighting the conflict was kept to only three main events in the form of the First Siege, the Battle of Hurlach, and the Second Siege of Hurlach and in the time between these events the city was under a military garrison that kept the city quiet.
The First Siege
Following the Coup of Solland it was Sunnhilda Villumsen who would travel to the town of Hurlach alongside one of the First Sisters of the Sisters of the Eternal Flame in the form of Reinhilde Gobel, and with the support of several hundred Austrian soldiers they would take control of the village of Hurlinchia just outside of Hurlach. Duke Heimrad Reiten would send his son Deitrik Reiten II. to deal with the occupation, but Deitrik would fall into an ambush at the village and his entire force surrendered to the forces of Sunnhilda, and Reinhilde. With his sons forces defeated and the levies not having been called up by Heimrad the city was open for assault and despite the small size of the Eternal Flame forces they broke through what little garrison was left and took control of the keep of Hurlach during the brief Siege of Hurlach, and with this victory they took control of the city of Hurlach and put Heimrad Reiten and his family under house arrest while they instigated a military occupation of the city.
Konrad Aldrech would lead the loyalist army to Hurlach where he would fight against the Eternal Flame occupation of the city and with the assistance of the forces of House Reiten the city was retaken and they captured Sunnhilda Villumsen.