1961 in Congo. The Siege of Jadotville 2016 recounts the genuine story of Commander Patrick Quinlan and his brigade of 150 Irish UN troops attacked Congolese troops 3,000 under the order of French and Belgian hired soldiers working for mining organizations. Since his men had a light weapons infantry officer Quinlan chooses to not begin still hostile. Meets with officers of the State of Katanga keeping in mind the end goal to persuade them that their sole mission is to look after peace. Be that as it may, regardless of this, the assaults are beginning on the fourteenth of September and make many casualties.