The troops of Artúr Görgei left Komárom on 13th July 1849, and significant military force remained under the leadership of the 28-year-old György Klapka generál. His task was to hold enemy for the possibly longest time with the protection of the fortress. He succeeded for ten days. Although on 23rd July Haynau Schlik generál directed his troops on Pest.

After Schlik left, the castle-guard in Komárom did not fulfil its task. To keep the possible strongest emperor-king army under the castle, he should have worry the besiegers with systematic outbreaks. Although, nothing such happened. On 25th July one of the detachments of the castle guard descended the Tata Austrian local guard, and it was cleared up that the number of emperor-king troops does not exceed the number of castle guards and that the besiegers are entirely underestimated. At this point Klapka decided that he breaks the besieging troops. The situation of the Hungarians was eased by the fact that the emperor-king troops stayed on the both banks of the Duna, being apart from each other, separated by Duna, Vág and other rivers and were not able to protect the attacked party.

Firstly, Klapka wanted to expel the troops staying at the left bank of Duna. Here was the army the less weak, and expelling them meant that the Hungárián army intends to continue its military operations on the northern bank of Duna. The attack commenced at night from 29th to 30th July. The troops of Móric Kosztolányi colonel attacked the enemy at Hetény that they had to retreat to Bajcs. Destroying enemy on the right bank of Duna seemed to be a more difficult task. The last victorious battle took place on 3rd August, the outbreak lead by Klapka. The operational plán included five columns. The commanders of the columns were Ferenc Aschermann, Mór Kosztolányi, János Janik, Bódog Bátori-Sulcz, and József Krivácsy. The Hungárián outbreak had an immense success, the troops won after more than an hour of battle. Komárom was liberated from besiege. The Hungárián troops cut the Austrian reinforcement lines and the rout to Vienna was opened. Food and other reserves for Komárom were secured afterwards.

On 13th August the Hungárián troops at Szőlős under Világos Iáid down the arms, although the Komárom castle with its protecting army consisting of more than 20 000 soldiers remained to 2nd October. The outbreak on 3rd August showed what the owning of the gigantic Komárom fortress system means. Victory played role in the fact that the protectors of Komárom dealt for change of their laying of the arms. the outbreak contributed to the fact that our town, Komárom is known by all Hungarians of the country as the protecting bastion of war of independence.