Battle of Radom (1656)

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Battle of Radom
Part of Second Northern War / The Deluge
Date February 2, 1656
Location Radom, Poland
Result Swedish victory
Belligerents
Sweden Sweden Herb Rzeczypospolitej Obojga Narodow.svg Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
Commanders and leaders
Rutger von Ascheberg Sandomierski
Strength
250 men[1] 1,500 men[1]
Casualties and losses
14 killed,
18 wounded[1]
560 killed or captured[2]

The Battle of Radom on February 2, 1656 between forces of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth commanded by Sandomierski on one side, and on the other Swedish forces commanded by Rutger von Ascheberg. Swedish forces won the battle.[1]

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