List of wars 1500–1799

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1500–1599[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1500 1503 Second Muscovite–Lithuanian War Grand Duchy of Moscow Grand Duchy of Lithuania
1502 1510 Persian-Uzbek Wars Flag of Persia 1502.png Persian Empire
Timurid Empire
Uzbekistan Shaybanid Dynasty
1503 1505 War of the Succession of Landshut Duchy of Bavaria-Munich Duchy of Bavaria-Landshut
Electorate of the Palatinate
1505 1517 Portuguese–Mamluk naval war Portugal Mamluk Sultanate
Ottoman Empire
1507 1508 Third Muscovite–Lithuanian War Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Kingdom of Poland
Grand Duchy of Moscow
Lithuanian rebels led by Michael Glinski
1508 1516 War of the League of Cambrai 1508–10:
 Papal States
 France
 Holy Roman Empire
Spain
Duchy of Ferrara
1510–11:
 France
Duchy of Ferrara
1511–13:
 France
Duchy of Ferrara
1513–16:
 Venice
 France
 Scotland
Duchy of Ferrara
1508–10:
 Venice
1510–11:
 Papal States
 Venice
1511–13:
 Papal States
 Venice
Spain
 Holy Roman Empire
 England
Switzerland Swiss mercenaries
1513–16:
 Papal States
Spain
 Holy Roman Empire
 England
Duchy of Milan
Switzerland Swiss mercenaries
1509 1509 Battle of Diu (1509) Portuguese Empire Gujarat Sultanate
Mamlûk Sultanate
Kozhikode Zamorin Raja
 Ottoman Empire
 Republic of Venice
Republic of Ragusa
1509 1512 Ottoman Civil War Ottoman Empire Forces of Selim I
Ottoman Empire Forces of Bayezid II
Ottoman Empire Janissaries
Ottoman Empire Forces of Ahmed
1510 1510 Prince of Anhua rebellion Ming Dynasty Prince of Anhua
1510 1514 Hvar Rebellion  Republic of Venice Hvar rebels
1510 1510 Portuguese conquest of Goa Portuguese Empire Bijapur Sultanate
Ottoman Empire
1512 1522 Fourth Muscovite–Lithuanian War Grand Duchy of Moscow
Livonian Order
Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Kingdom of Poland
Crimean Tatars
1514 1514 Poor Conrad Rebellion Duchy of Württemberg Württemberg peasants
1514 1514 György Dózsa Rebellion Kingdom of Hungary Hungarian peasants
1514 1514 Battle of Chaldiran  Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire
1515 1515 Slovenian peasant revolt of 1515  Holy Roman Empire Slovenian rebels
1515 1523 Arumer Zwarte Hoop Habsburg Netherlands Frisian peasants
1516 1517 Ottoman–Mamluk War (1516–17) Ottoman Empire Mamluk Sultanate
1519 1519 Prince of Ning rebellion Ming Dynasty Prince of Ning
1519 1521 Polish–Teutonic War (1519–21) Kingdom of Poland Teutonic Knights
1519 1521 Spanish conquest of the Aztec Empire Spain Spanish conquistadores
Tlaxcala
Aztec Triple Alliance
1519 1522 Revolt of the Brotherhoods Royalists Agermanats rebels
1520 1521 Revolt of the Comuneros Royalist Castilians Comuneros rebels
1521 1521 First Battle of Tamao Ming Dynasty Portuguese Empire
1522 1522 Second Battle of Tamao Ming Dynasty Portuguese Empire
1521 1526 Italian War of 1521–26 Empire of Charles V:

 Kingdom of England
 Papal States

 France
 Republic of Venice
1521 1523 Swedish War of Liberation Armoiries Suède moderne.svg Sweden
Free City of Lübeck (from 1522)
National Coat of arms of Denmark no crown.svg Denmark
 Kalmar Union
1522 1522 Siege of Rhodes (1522)  Ottoman Empire Sovereign Military Order of Malta Knights Hospitaller
 Republic of Venice
1524 1525 German Peasants' War Swabian League German Peasant Army
1524 1533 Dalecarlian Rebellions Sweden Dalarna peasants
1526 1530 War of the League of Cognac Empire of Charles V:

 Republic of Genoa

 France
 Papal States
 Republic of Venice
Republic of Florence
 Kingdom of England
Duchy of Milan
1526 1526 Battle of Mohács  Ottoman Empire Kingdom of Hungary

Kingdom of Croatia
Kingdom of Bohemia
 Holy Roman Empire
 Bavaria
 Papal States
Kingdom of Poland

1527 1697 Spanish conquest of Yucatán Spain Spanish conquistadores Maya
1527 1528 Hungarian campaign of 1527–28 Habsburg Austria
 Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
Bohemia Kingdom of Bohemia
Kingdom of Croatia (Habsburg)
 Papal States
Ferdinand's Hungarian kingdom
Voivodian Serbs
Ottoman Turks
Moldavia Moldavia
John Szapolyai's Hungarian kingdom
1529 1543 Ethiopian–Adal war   Ethiopian Empire
Portuguese Empire
Adal Sultanate
 Ottoman Empire
1529 1529 First War of Kappel Protestants:

Zürich

Catholics:

Uri
Schwyz
Zug

1529 1529 Balkan campaign of 1529 Ottoman Turks
Moldavia Moldavia
John Szapolyai's Hungarian kingdom
Habsburg Austria
 Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
Bohemia Kingdom of Bohemia
 Papal States
Kingdom of Croatia (Habsburg)
Ferdinand's Hungarian kingdom
1529 1529 Siege of Vienna  Holy Roman Empire
Bohemia Kingdom of Bohemia
Electorate of the Palatinate
 Spain
Ottoman Empire Ottoman Empire
Moldavia Moldavia
1529 1532 Inca Civil War Inca Empire
Tumebamba
Tumipampa
Northern Inca Empire
1530 1552 Little War in Hungary Archduchy of Austria
 Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
 Papal States
Bohemia Kingdom of Bohemia
Kingdom of Croatia
Ferdinand's Hungarian kingdom[1]
 Ottoman Empire
 Moldavia
John Szapolyai's Hungarian kingdom
 Wallachia
Serbian Despotate
 France[2][3][4]
1531 1531 Second War of Kappel Catholics:

Uri
Schwyz
Zug

Protestants:

Zürich

1532 1572 Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire Spain Spanish conquistadores Inca Empire
1532 1555 Ottoman–Safavid War (1532–55)  Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire
1534 1536 Count's Feud
1534 1537 Fifth Muscovite–Lithuanian War Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Kingdom of Poland
Crimean Tatars
Grand Duchy of Moscow
1534 1541 Toungoo–Hanthawaddy War (1534–41) Toungoo Dynasty Hanthawaddy Kingdom
1536 1538 Italian War of 1536–38  Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
 France
 Ottoman Empire
1537 1548 Conquistador Civil War in Peru Governorate of New Castile
Viceroyalty of Peru
Governorate of New Toledo
1538 1545 Toungoo–Ava War (1538–45) Toungoo Dynasty Ava Kingdom
Confederation of Shan States
Mrauk-U Kingdom
Prome Kingdom
1538 1557 Ottoman–Portuguese conflicts (1538–57)
1540 1540 Peasant's Rebellion in Telemark Denmark–Norway Norwegian peasants
1542 1546 Italian War of 1542–46 Empire of Charles V:

 Kingdom of England
 Saxony
Brandenburg

 France
 Ottoman Empire
Jülich-Cleves-Berg
1542 1543 Dacke War Sweden Småland peasants
1545 1547 Toungoo–Mrauk-U War (1545–47) Mrauk-U Kingdom Toungoo Dynasty
1546 1547 Schmalkaldic War Empire of Charles V:

 Duchy of Saxony
Kingdom of Hungary
Kingdom of Bohemia and other Lands of the Bohemian Crown

Schmalkaldic League:

 Electorate of Saxony
Hesse Hesse
Electorate of the Palatinate
Bremen
Lübeck
Brunswick-Lüneburg
Other German territories

1547 1549 Burmese–Siamese War (1547–49) Siam Burma
1549 1549 Kett's Rebellion Kingdom of England English peasants
1550 1590 Chichimeca War
1551 1559 Italian War of 1551–59 Spain Spanish Empire
 Holy Roman Empire
 Kingdom of England
 Republic of Florence
 Duchy of Savoy
 Kingdom of France
Republic of Siena
 Ottoman Empire
1552 1556 Kazan Rebellion of 1552–1556 Muscovite Russia
Hill Cheremisa
People of Kazan
Chyuvasha
Meadow Cheremisa
Hill Cheremisa
Ar people
Nogai Horde
1552 1552 Siege of Kazan (1552) Tsardom of Russia
Qasim Khanate
Taw yağı 1
Kazan Khanate
Cheremis and Ar warriors
Nogay cavalry
1554 1557 Russo-Swedish War (1554–57) Tsardom of Russia Sweden
1558 1566 Ottoman–Portuguese conflicts (1558–66)
1558 1583 Livonian War Livonian Confederation
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
(before 1569 the Polish–Lithuanian union)
Denmark–Norway

Sweden Sweden
Zaporozhian Cossacks
Principality of Transylvania (after 1577)[5]

Tsardom of Russia
Kingdom of Livonia
1562 1598 French Wars of Religion Kingdom of France Politiques Protestants:
Huguenots
 England
Catholics:
Catholic League
Spain Spain
 Duchy of Savoy
1563 1564 Burmese–Siamese War (1563–64) Burma Siam
1563 1570 Northern Seven Years' War Sweden Sweden Denmark Denmark-Norway

Free City of Lübeck
Poland–Lithuania

1567 1872 Philippine revolts against Spain  Spain
Spain Filipino Loyalists
Dagohoy rebel group
other Filipino rebel groups
 British supporters
1568 1569 Burmese–Siamese War (1568–69) Burma Siam
1568 1571 Morisco Revolt
1568 1648 Eighty Years' War  United Provinces
 England
 German Protestants
 Huguenots
 France
Spain Spanish Empire
 Holy Roman Empire
1569 1573 First Desmond Rebellion  Kingdom of England
Kingdom of Ireland
allied Irish clans
FitzGeralds of Desmond
allied Irish clans
1569 1570 Rising of the North England Elizabeth I of England

England English and Welsh Protestants
Scotland Scottish Protestants
England Partisans of Mary, Queen of Scots

England English and Welsh Catholics
1570 1573 Ottoman–Venetian War (1570–73)  Ottoman Empire Holy League:
 Republic of Venice
Spain Spain
 Papal States
 Kingdom of Naples
 Republic of Genoa
Bandiera del Regno di Sicilia 4.svg Kingdom of Sicily
Tuscany Grand Duchy of Tuscany
Coat of arms of Federico and Guidobaldo da Montefeltro.svg .svg Duchy of Urbino
 Duchy of Savoy
Sovereign Military Order of Malta Knights of Malta
1571 1571 Russo-Crimean War (1571)
1573 1573 Croatian-Slovenian peasant revolt Holy Roman Empire Croatian peasants
Slovene peasants
1578 1590 Ottoman–Safavid War (1578–90)  Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire
Kingdom of Kartli
1579 1583 Second Desmond Rebellion  Kingdom of England
Kingdom of Ireland
allied Irish clans
FitzGeralds of Desmond
 Spain
 Papal States
allied Irish clans
1580 1583 War of the Portuguese Succession Spain Spain
PortugalPortugal loyal to Philip
PortugalPortugal loyal to António, Prior of Crato
 France
 England
 United Provinces
1580 1589 Ottoman–Portuguese conflicts (1580–89) Portugal Portuguese Empire  Ottoman Empire
Muzzaffar (Mogadishu area) flag according to 1576 Portuguese map.svg Ajuuraan State
1583 1588 Cologne War
1584 1593 Burmese–Siamese War (1584–93) Siam Burma
1585 1604 Anglo-Spanish War (1585–1604) Spain Spanish Empire  Kingdom of England
 United Provinces
Portugal Portuguese loyal to Prior of Crato
1590 1595 Russo-Swedish War (1590–95)
1591 1606 Long War (1591–1606) Habsburg Monarchy Austria
 Holy Roman Empire
Habsburg Kingdom of Hungary[6]
Kingdom of Croatia[6]
Kingdom of Bohemia
Principality of Transylvania
 Wallachia
 Moldavia
Zaporozhian Host
 Spain
Serbian hajduks
 Papal States
 Venice
 Saxony
Tuscany
Persia
Knights of St. Stephen
Bulgarian rebels
Duchy of Ferrara
Duchy of Mantua
Republic of Ragusa
 Duchy of Savoy
 Ottoman Empire
Crimean Khanate
Nogai Khanate
1592 1598 Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98) China: Ming Dynasty
Korea: Joseon Dynasty
Japan: Azuchi-Momoyama period
1593 1617 Moldavian Magnate Wars
1594 1605 Burmese–Siamese War (1594–1605) Siam Burma
1594 1603 Nine Years' War (Ireland)  Kingdom of England and its government in Ireland Alliance of Irish clans
Supported by:
Spain Spain
Scottish Gaelic mercenaries
1596 1597 Cudgel War Sweden Finnish peasants
1598 1599 War against Sigismund

1600-1699[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
c. 1600 1866 Navajo Wars
1600 1611 Polish–Swedish War (1600–11) Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Sweden Sweden
1602 1663 Dutch–Portuguese War Portugal Kingdom of Portugal
Supported by:
Crown of Castile Crown of Castile
(until 1640)
Kingdom of Cochin
Potiguara Tupis
 Dutch Republic
Supported by:
 Kingdom of England
(until 1640)
Johor Johor Sultanate
Dominion of Ceylon Kingdom of Kandy
Kingdom of Kongo
Kingdom of Ndongo-Matamba
Rio Grande Tupis
Nhandui Tarairiu Tribe
1603 1618 Ottoman–Safavid War (1603–18) Safavid Empire  Ottoman Empire
1605 1618 Polish–Muscovite War (1605–18) Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Tsardom of Russia
1606 1607 Bolotnikov Rebellion Tsardom of Russia Russian peasants
1609 1614 War of the Jülich Succession Supporting Wolfgang William:
Spain Spain
Palatinate-Neuburg
Catholic League
Supporting John Sigismund:
Margraviate of Brandenburg
 United Provinces
 England
Protestant Union
Supporting Emperor Rudolph:
 Holy Roman Empire
Principality of Strasbourg
Prince-Bishopric of Liège
1610 1614 First Anglo-Powhatan War
1610 1617 Ingrian War Sweden Tsardom of Russia
1612 1613 Kalmar War Denmark–Norway Sweden
1613 1614 Burmese–Siamese War (1613–14) Burma Siam
1615 1618 Uskok War  Holy Roman Empire

Flag of Croatia Landesfarben.gif Kingdom of Croatia
Spain Spain

 Republic of Venice
 Dutch Republic
 England
1617 1618 Polish–Swedish War (1617–18) Sweden Sweden Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
1618 1697 Spanish conquest of Petén
Part of the Spanish conquest of Guatemala and the Spanish conquest of Yucatán
1618 1639 Bündner Wirren France
Venice
Habsburg Monarchy
1618 1648 Thirty Years' War Protestant States and Allies

Denmark Denmark-Norway (1625–1629)
 France (from 1635)[7]
Bohemia Bohemia (1618–1620)
Sweden Swedish Empire
 Saxony
 United Provinces
Electorate of the Palatinate
Brunswick-Lüneburg
 England (1625–30)[8]
Brandenburg-Prussia
Transylvania
Hungarian Anti-Habsburg Rebels[9]

Zaporozhian Cossacks
 Ottoman Empire

Roman Catholic States and Allies

 Holy Roman Empire[10]

Kingdom of Hungary[11]
Kingdom of Croatia[12]
 Spain and its possessions
Denmark Denmark-Norway (1643–1645)[13]

1619 1682 Ahom–Mughal conflicts Ahom kingdom  Mughal Empire
1620 1621 Polish–Ottoman War (1620–21) Poland-Lithuania  Ottoman Empire
1621 1625 Polish–Swedish War (1621–25) Sweden Sweden Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
1622 1632 Second Anglo-Powhatan War
1623 1639 Ottoman–Safavid War (1623–39)  Ottoman Empire Safavid Empire
1625 1625 Zhmaylo Uprising Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Cossacks
1625 1625 Relief of Genoa  Spain
 Republic of Genoa
 Kingdom of France
 Duchy of Savoy
 United Provinces
1626 1629 Polish–Swedish War (1626–29) Sweden Swedish Empire Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
 Holy Roman Empire
1626 1636 Peasants' War in Upper Austria Electorate of Bavaria
Upper Austria
Peasant rebels
1627 1627 First Manchu invasion of Korea Joseon Dynasty Qing dynasty Later Jin
1628 1631 War of the Mantuan Succession
Part of the Thirty Years' War
Supporting the Duke of Nevers:
 France
Supporting the Duke of Guastalla:
 Holy Roman Empire
Spain Spain
 Duchy of Savoy
1630 1630 Fedorovych Uprising Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Cossacks
1632 1634 Smolensk War Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Tsardom of Russia
1633 1634 Polish–Ottoman War (1633–34) Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth  Ottoman Empire
1634 1638 Pequot War Massachusetts Bay Colony
Plymouth Colony
Saybrook Colony
Pequot
1635 1659 Franco-Spanish War (1635–59)  France
 Commonwealth of England (from 1657)
 Spain
Royalists of the British Isles (from 1657)[14]
1636 1637 Second Manchu invasion of Korea Qing dynasty Qing Dynasty Joseon Dynasty
1637 1638 Second Manchu invasion of Korea Tokugawa shogunate
Dutch Empire
Christian peasants
1639 1639 First Bishops' War
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
1640 1640 Second Bishops' War
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
1640 1659 Catalan Revolt  Spain  Principality of Catalonia
 France
1640 1668 Portuguese Restoration War PortugalPortugal
Supported by:
Kingdom of England
(after 1661)
Spain Castile and Aragon
1640 1701 Beaver Wars Iroquois Algonquian
 France
1641 1653 Irish Confederate Wars
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Parliamentarians Irish Catholic Confederation
(allied with Royalists 1648–1650)
English and Scottish Royalists
(allied with Irish Confederates 1648–1650)
1641 1644 First War of Castro Barberini Pope Urban VIII and Pamphili
Pope Innocent X their papal armies and relatives.
The Farnese Dukes of Parma
1642 1646 First English Civil War
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Kingdom of England Kingdom of Scotland Parliaments of England and Scotland Kingdom of England Kingdom of Scotland English and Scottish Royalists
1643 1645 Torstenson War
Part of the Thirty Years' War
Sweden Sweden
 Dutch Republic
Denmark Denmark-Norway
 Holy Roman Empire
1643 1645 Kieft's War
1644 1646 Third Anglo-Powhatan War
1644 1674 Char Bouba war Maqil Arab tribes Sanhadja Berber tribes
1644 1651 Scotland in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Scottish Covenanters Scottish Royalists and Irish Catholic Confederate troops
1645 1669 Cretan War (1645–69)  Ottoman Empire
Ottoman Empire Barbary States
 Republic of Venice
Sovereign Military Order of Malta Knights of Malta
 Papal States
 France
Maniots
1648 1657 Khmelnytsky Uprising Zaporozhian Cossacks
Crimean Tatars (1649–1654, 1656–1657)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Crimean Tatars (1654–1656)
1648 1649 First Fronde
1648 1649 Second English Civil War
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Parliamentary forces Royalist forces
Scotland
1649 1651 Third English Civil War
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
Parliamentarians Royalists
Scottish Covenanters
1649 1653 Mughal–Safavid War  Mughal Empire Safavid Empire
1649 1653 Cromwellian conquest of Ireland
Part of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms
English Parliamentarian New Model Army,
Protestant colonists
Irish Catholic Confederation,
English Royalists
1649 1649 Second War of Castro Pope Innocent X and his papal army. Ranuccio II Farnese, Duke of Parma
1650 1653 Second Fronde
1651 1651 Kostka-Napierski Uprising Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Polish peasants
1651 1986 Three Hundred and Thirty Five Years' War Isles of Scilly Dutch Republic Republic of the Seven United Netherlands
1652 1654 First Anglo-Dutch War Commonwealth of England Dutch Republic Republic of the Seven United Netherlands
1652 1689 Russian–Manchu border conflicts Qing dynasty Qing Empire
Joseon Dynasty
Tsardom of Russia
Cossacks
1653 1653 Swiss peasant war of 1653 City governments' troops
Zürich
Thurgau
Uri
Peasant forces from
1654 1667 Russo-Polish War (1654–67) Tsardom of Russia
Ukrainian Cossacks
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Crimean Khanate
1654 1660 Anglo-Spanish War (1654–60)  Commonwealth of England
 France (1657–59)
 Spain
Royalists of the British Isles[14]
1655 1655 Peach Tree War Susquehannock and allied tribes New Netherland
1655 1656 Varaždin rebellion (1665–66) Habsburg Monarchy Frontiersmen
1655 1660 Second Northern War Sweden Swedish Empire
Brandenburg Brandenburg-Prussia (1656–57)
Principality of Transylvania
Ukrainian Cossacks (1657)[15]
Grand Duchy of Lithuania

 Wallachia
 Moldavia

Poland–Lithuania
Denmark Denmark–Norway
 Habsburg Monarchy
Russia (1656–58)
Crimean Khanate
Brandenburg-Prussia (1655–56, 1657–60)
 Dutch Republic
1656 1658 Russo-Swedish War (1656–58)
Part of the Second Northern War
Swedish Empire Tsardom of Russia
1657 1658 Dano-Swedish War (1657–58)
Part of the Second Northern War
Sweden Denmark–Norway
1658 1660 Dano-Swedish War (1658–60)
Part of the Second Northern War
Denmark Denmark–Norway
 Dutch Republic
Brandenburg-Prussia
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
 Sweden
1660 1673 Brunei Civil War Sultan Abdul Hakkul Mubin's Forces Sultan Muhyiddin's Forces
1662 1665 Burmese–Siamese War (1662–1665) Burma Siam
1663 1664 Austro-Turkish War (1663–64)
1665 1667 Second Anglo-Dutch War  Dutch Republic
Denmark Denmark
 France
 England
1665 1709 Kongo Civil War
1666 1671 Polish–Cossack–Tatar War (1666–71)
1667 1668 War of Devolution Spain Spanish Empire
Triple Alliance:
 Dutch Republic
 Kingdom of England
Sweden Swedish Empire
 France
1667 (or 1670) 1671 Spepan Razin Rebellion Tsardom of Russia Russian peasants
1672 1676 Polish–Ottoman War (1672–76)  Ottoman Empire
Crimean Khanate
Moldavia Principality of Moldavia
Cossack Hetmanate (Doroshenko's faction)
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
 Principality of Wallachia (in 1673)
1672 1678 Franco-Dutch War  France
 England
 Sweden
Bishopric of Münster
Archbishopric of Cologne
 Dutch Republic
 Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
Brandenburg
1672 1674 Third Anglo-Dutch War
Part of the Franco-Dutch War
 Dutch Republic
Denmark Denmark-Norway
 England
 France
1673 1681 Revolt of the Three Feudatories Qing dynasty Qing Empire Three Feudatories
Kingdom of Tungning
1675 1679 Scanian War
Part of the Franco-Dutch War
Sweden Swedish Empire
 France
Denmark Denmark-Norway
 United Provinces
Brandenburg
 Holy Roman Empire
1675 1678 King Philip's War New England Confederation
Mohegan
Pequot
Wampanoag
Nipmuck
Podunk
Narragansett
Nashaway
1676 1681 Russo-Turkish War (1676–81)
1679 1684 Tibet-Ladakh-Mughal war of 1679-1684 Tibet Ladakh
Mughal Empire
1681 1707 Maratha-Mughal war Marathas Mughals
1683 1699 Great Turkish War  Ottoman Empire
Crimean Khanate
1683 1699 Polish–Ottoman War (1683–99)
Part of the Great Turkish War
1683 1684 War of the Reunions  France Spain Spanish Empire
 Holy Roman Empire
 Republic of Genoa
1684 1699 Morean War
Part of the Great Turkish War
 Republic of Venice

Sovereign Military Order of Malta Knights of Malta
 Duchy of Savoy
Papal States
Knights of St. Stephen
Himariotes
Maniots
Other Greek rebels

 Ottoman Empire
1685 1685 Monmouth Rebellion
1686 1700 Russo-Turkish War (1686–1700) Tsardom of Russia
Habsburg Empire
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
Cossack Hetmanate
 Ottoman Empire
Crimean Khanate
1687 1687 Siamese-English War  British Empire Siam
1687 1689 Crimean campaigns
1687 1758 Dzungar–Qing War  Qing dynasty Dzungar Khanate
1688 1697 Nine Years' War Grand Alliance:
 Dutch Republic
 England
 Holy Roman Empire
 Spain
 Piedmont-Savoy
 Sweden (until 1691)
 Scotland
 France
Irish and Scottish Jacobites
1689 1697 King William's War
Part of the Nine Years' War
 France
 New France
 Wabanaki Confederacy
 England
Kingdom of England English America
 Iroquois Confederacy
1689 1691 Williamite War in Ireland
Part of the Nine Years' War
Williamites:
 England
 Scotland
 Dutch Republic
 Protestant colonists
and mercenaries from various countries
 Irish Jacobites
 France
1689 1692 Scottish Jacobite Rising
1695 1696 Azov campaigns
1699 1700 Darien scheme

1700–1799[edit]

Start Finish Name of Conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
1700 1721 Great Northern War Russia Tsardom of Russia

Denmark Denmark–Norway
(1700, 1709–20)
 Electorate of Saxony
(1700–06, 1709–)
Poland–Lithuania
(1700–04, 1709–)


 Kingdom of Prussia (1715–20)
Province of Hanover Electorate of Hanover (1715–19)
 Great Britain
(1717–19)

Sweden Swedish Empire

Poland–Lithuania (1704–09)
 Ottoman Empire (1710–14)
Cossack Hetmanate (1708–09)
 England (1700)
 Great Britain (1719–21)
 United Provinces (1700)
Brunswick-Lüneburg (1700)

1701 1701 Battle of Dartsedo Qing Dynasty Tibet
1701 1714 War of the Spanish Succession  Holy Roman Empire:
1702 1713 Queen Anne's War
Part of the War of the Spanish Succession
 England (before 1707)[17]

 Great Britain (after 1707)[17]

 Muscogee (Creek)
 Chickasaw
 Yamasee

 France

Spain Spain

 Wabanaki Confederacy
 Caughnawaga Mohawk
 Choctaw
 Timucua
 Apalachee
 Natchez

1702 1715 Camisard Rebellion
1703 1711 Rákóczi's War of Independence
1705 1706 Bavarian People's Uprising Habsburg Monarchy Bavarian peasants
1707 1708 Bulavin Rebellion  Russia Peasants
1709 1722 Hotaki-Safavid War Black flag.svg Hotaki dynasty Flag of Shah Tahmasp I.svg Safavid dynasty
1710 1711 Pruth River Campaign  Ottoman Empire

Sweden Swedish Empire
Cossack Hetmanate (fraction of Pylyp Orlyk)
Zaporizhian Sich

Russian Empire Tsardom of Russia

Cossack Hetmanate (fraction of Ivan Skoropadsky)
 Moldavia

1711 1715 Tuscarora War Colonial militia of North Carolina
Colonial militia of South Carolina
Yamasee
Northern Tuscarora
Apalachee
Catawba
Cherokee
Southern Tuscarora
Pamplico
Cothechney
Coree
Mattamuskeet
Matchepungo
1712 1716 First Fox War
1714 1718 Ottoman–Venetian War (1714–18)  Ottoman Empire  Republic of Venice
Habsburg Monarchy Habsburg Austria
 Portugal
 Order of Malta
 Papal States
 Spain[18]
Himariotes
1715 1717 Yamasee War Colonial militia of South Carolina
Colonial militia of North Carolina
Colonial militia of Virginia
Catawba (from 1715)
Cherokee (from 1716)
Yamasee
Ochese Creeks
Catawba (until 1715)
Cherokee (until 1716)
Waxhaw
Santee
1715 1716 Jacobite rising of 1715
Also called "The Fifteen"
British Government forces Scottish and English Jacobite Rebels
1717 1717 1717 Omani invasion of Bahrain Oman Safavids
1718 1720 War of the Quadruple Alliance  Great Britain
 France
 Holy Roman Empire
 Dutch Republic
 Savoy
 Spain

Jacobites

1721 1763 Chickasaw Wars
1722 1725 Father Rale's War
1722 1723 Russo-Persian War (1722–23)  Russian Empire
Ukrainian Cossacks
Georgia
Armenia
Safavid Persian Empire
1722 1727 Ottoman–Persian War (1722–27)  Ottoman Empire Black flag.svg Safavid Persian Empire
1727 1729 Anglo-Spanish War (1727–29)  Spain  Great Britain
1728 1733 Second Fox War
1730 1735 Ottoman–Persian War (1730–35) Flag of Shah Tahmasp I.svg Safavid Persian Empire  Ottoman Empire]
1733 1738 War of the Polish Succession Poland loyal to Stanisław Leszczyński

 France
 Spain
 Kingdom of Sardinia
 Duchy of Parma

Poland loyal to Augustus

 Russian Empire
 Habsburg Empire of Austria
 Saxony
 Kingdom of Prussia

1735 1736 Miao Rebellion (1735–36) Qing dynasty Qing empire Miao rebels
1735 1737 Spanish–Portuguese War (1735–37) Portugal Portuguese Empire Spain Spanish Empire
1735 1739 Austro-Russian–Turkish War (1735–39)  Russian Empire

 Habsburg Empire

 Ottoman Empire
1735 1740 Bashkir Rebellion  Russian Empire Bashkirs
1738 1739 Nadir Shah's invasion of India Flag of Shah Tahmasp I.svg Safavid Persian Empire  Mughal Empire
1739 1748 War of Jenkins' Ear
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
Spain Spanish Empire  Great Britain
1740 1748 War of the Austrian Succession  Kingdom of France
 Kingdom of Prussia
Spain Kingdom of Spain
Bavaria Bavaria (1741–45)
 Saxony (1741–42)
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies Sicily
Kingdom of the Two Sicilies Naples
 Republic of Genoa
Sweden Sweden (1741–43)
 Habsburg Monarchy
 Great Britain
Province of Hanover Hanover
 Dutch Republic
 Saxony (1743–45)
 Kingdom of Sardinia
 Russia (1741–43, 1748)
1740 1742 First Silesian War
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
1741 1743 Russo-Swedish War (1741–43)
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
 Russian Empire  Sweden
1743 1746 Ottoman–Persian War (1743–46) Nadir Shah Flag.svg Persian Empire  Ottoman Empire
1744 1747 Chukchi War  Russian Empire Chukchis
1744 1748 King George's War
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
 Great Britain
British America
Iroquois Confederacy
 France
 New France
Wabanaki Confederacy
1744 1745 Second Silesian War
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
1745 1746 Jacobite rising of 1745
Also called "The Forty-Five"
 Great Britain Jacobites
 Kingdom of France
1746 1748 First Carnatic War
Part of the War of the Austrian Succession
1747 1796 Civil War between Afsharid and Qajar Nadir Shah Flag.svg Persian Empire Qajar Dynasty
1749 1754 Second Carnatic War  Great Britain

British East India Company
Sepoys
Maratha allies

 France

French East India Company
Nawab of Arcot

1752 1757 Konbaung–Hanthawaddy War Konbaung Dynasty Restored Hanthawaddy Kingdom
Kingdom of France French East India Company
1754 1763 French and Indian War
Part of the Seven Years' War
 Great Britain
British America
 France
 New France
1756 1763 Seven Years' War
1756 1763 Third Silesian War
Part of the Seven Years' War
1757 1763 Third Carnatic War
Part of the Seven Years' War
British East India Company Nawab of Bengal
French East India Company
Dutch East India Company
1757 1762 Pomeranian War
Part of the Seven Years' War
1758 1761 Anglo-Cherokee War
Part of the French and Indian War
1759 1760 Burmese–Siamese War (1759–60) Burma Siam
1762 1763 Fantastic War
Part of the Seven Years' War
Portugal
 Great Britain
Spain Spain
 France
1763 1764 Berbice Slave Uprising  Dutch Empire Berbice slaves
1763 1766 Pontiac's War  Great Britain Pontiac's confederacy
Seneca
1763 1864 Russian–Circassian War
Part of the Caucasian War
 Russian Empire
1765 1767 Burmese–Siamese War (1765–67) Burma Siam
1765 1769 Sino-Burmese War Burma Qing dynasty China
1767 1769 First Anglo-Mysore War
1768 1768 Louisiana Rebellion of 1768
1768 1774 Russo-Turkish War (1768–74)  Russian Empire

Greek insurgents
Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti
Kingdom of Imereti

 Ottoman Empire
1768 1772 Bar Confederation  Russian Empire Poland Bar Confederation
 Kingdom of France
1769 1773 First Carib War  British Empire Black Caribs
1773 1775 Pugachev's Rebellion  Russian Empire Cossack and peasant rebels
Tatar and Bashkir nobles
1774 1774 Lord Dunmore's War
1775 1776 Burmese–Siamese War (1775–1776) Siam Burma
1775 1782 First Anglo-Maratha War British East India Company Maratha Empire
1775 1783 American Revolutionary War  United States
Kingdom of France France (1778–83)
Spain Spain (1779–83)
 Dutch Republic (1780–83)

Co-belligerents
Mysore (1779–83)
Vermont (1777–83)
Oneida
Tuscarora
Watauga Association
Catawba
Lenape

 Great Britain

Co-belligerents
Onondaga
Mohawk
Cayuga
Seneca
Cherokee

1776 1777 Spanish–Portuguese War (1776–77) Spain Spanish Empire Portuguese Empire
1776 1794 Chickamauga Wars (1776–94)
1778 1779 War of the Bavarian Succession Habsburg Monarchy Archduchy of Austria  Kingdom of Prussia
 Electorate of Saxony
1779 1783 Anglo-Spanish War
Part of the American Revolutionary War
 Spain  Great Britain
1779 1781 First Xhosa War
1780 1784 Fourth Anglo-Dutch War
Part of the American Revolutionary War
 Great Britain  Dutch Republic
 France
1780 1784 Second Anglo-Mysore War British East India Company
 Great Britain
 Hanover
Sultanate of Mysore
 France
 Dutch Republic
1781 1781 Revolt of the Comuneros (New Granada)
1783 1783 1782–83 unrest in Bahrain Sheikhdom of Zubarah Zand dynasty
1784 1784 Kettle War  Dutch Republic  Habsburg Monarchy
1784 1784 Revolt of Horea, Cloșca and Crișan Transylvania Peasant rebels
1785 1786 Burmese–Siamese War (1785–86) Siam Burma
1785 1795 Northwest Indian War  United States Western Confederacy
Kingdom of Great Britain British Canada
1786 1787 Shays' Rebellion
1787 1787 Burmese–Siamese War (1787) Burma Siam
1787 1791 Austro-Turkish War (1787–91)  Austria
 Russia
 Ottoman Empire
1787 1792 Russo-Turkish War (1787–92)  Russian Empire  Ottoman Empire
1788 1790 Russo-Swedish War (1788–90)  Sweden  Russia
1788 1789 Theater War Denmark Denmark–Norway  Sweden
1788 1930s Australian frontier wars
1789 1792 Third Anglo-Mysore War British East India Company

Maratha Empire
Hyderabad
Travancore

Sultanate of Mysore
1789 1793 Second Xhosa War
1790 1802 Pemulwuy Resistance  British Empire Pemulwuy
1790 1790 Saxon Peasants' Revolt Electorate of Saxony Peasant rebels
1791 1804 Haitian Revolution Haiti
 Great Britain
Spain Spain (1793–1795)
French royalists
France French First Republic
Polish Legions
1791 1794 Whiskey Rebellion  United States Frontier tax protestors
1792 1792 Polish–Russian War of 1792  Russia
Targowica Confederates
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
1792 1792 Burmese–Siamese War (1792) Burma Siam
1792 1797 War of the First Coalition
Part of the French Revolutionary Wars
France French Republic
 Spain (from 1796)
 Batavian Republic (from 1795)
Kingdom of Italy (Napoleonic) French satellite states
Polish Legions (from 1795)[19]
First Coalition:

 Habsburg Monarchy
 Holy Roman Empire[20]
 Prussia (until 1795)
 Great Britain
Kingdom of France French Royalists
Spain Spain (until 1795)
Portugal
 Sardinia
Kingdom of Naples Naples and Sicily
Other Italian states[21]
 Ottoman Empire
 Dutch Republic (until 1795)

1793 1796 War in the Vendée
Part of the War of the First Coalition
France French Republic Kingdom of France Vendéens
Kingdom of France Chouans
Kingdom of France Émigrés
 Great Britain
1793 1795 1793–95 Tripolitanian civil war
1794 1794 Nickajack Expedition
1794 1794 Kościuszko Uprising  Russia
 Prussia
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
1794 1804 White Lotus Rebellion Qing dynasty White Lotus society
1795 1795 Battle of Krtsanisi Flag of Agha Mohammad Khan.svg Persian Empire
* Ganja Khanate
* Erivan Khanate
Flag of Kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti.svg Kartli-Kakheti
Imereti - drosha.svg Imereti
1795 1816 Hawkesbury and Nepean Wars Kingdom of Great Britain Kingdom Of Great Britain Dharug Nation
Eora Nation
Tharawal Nation
Gandangara Nation
1795 1797 Second Carib War  British Empire Carib slaves
1795 1806 Miao Rebellion (1795–1806) Qing dynasty Qing empire Miao rebels
1796 1796 Persian Expedition of 1796  Russian Empire Persian Empire
1796 1808 Anglo-Spanish War (1796–1808)  Spain  Great Britain
1797 1797 Burmese–Siamese War (1797) Siam Burma
1798 1798 Peasants' War (1798) France French Republic Counter-revolutionary peasants
1798 1802 War of the Second Coalition
Part of the French Revolutionary Wars
France French Republic
 Spain
POL COA Ciołek.svg Polish Legions
Denmark Denmark–Norway[22]
French client republics:
Second Coalition:

 Habsburg Monarchy
 Holy Roman Empire[20]
 Great Britain (until 1801)
 United Kingdom (from 1801)
 Russia (until 1799)
Kingdom of France French Royalists
Portugal
 Kingdom of Naples
 Ottoman Empire

1798 1800 Quasi-War  United States France French Republic
1798 1798 Irish Rebellion of 1798 Kingdom of Great Britain British Army
Hesse Hessian mercenaries
Leinster Society of United Irishmen
Leinster Defenders
France French First Republic
1798 1799 Fourth Anglo-Mysore War British East India Company

Maratha Empire
Hyderabad
Travancore

Sultanate of Mysore
1799 1803 Third Xhosa War
1799 1800 War of Knives
Part of Haitian Revolution

References[edit]

  1. ^ Holt, P.M.; Lambton, A.K.S.; Lewis, B. (1978). The Central Islamic Lands from Pre-islamic Times to the First World War 2. Cambridge University Press. p. 328. ISBN 9780521291354. Retrieved 2014-12-02. 
  2. ^ The Ottoman Empire and early modern Europe by Daniel Goffman, p.111 [1]
  3. ^ Firearms of the Islamic world, p.38
  4. ^ The Cambridge History of Islam, p.328
  5. ^ E. Liptai: Magyarország hadtörténete (1), Zrínyi Katonai Kiadó 1984. ISBN 963-326-320-4; 208. p.
  6. ^ a b Csorba, Csaba; János Estók and Konrád Salamon (1998). Magyarország Képes Története. Budapest: Hungarian Book-Club. ISBN 963-548-961-7.  62.-64. p.
  7. ^ George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana, The American Cyclopaedia, New York, 1874, p. 250, "...the standard of France was white, sprinkled with golden fleur de lis...". * The original Banner of France was strewn with fleurs-de-lis. *[2]: on the reverse of this plate it says: "Le pavillon royal était véritablement le drapeau national au dix-huitième siecle...Vue du chateau d'arrière d'un vaisseau de guerre de haut rang portant le pavillon royal (blanc, avec les armes de France)." Public Domain "Flag". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). 1911. : "The oriflamme and the Chape de St Martin were succeeded at the end of the 16th century, when Henry III., the last of the house of Valois, came to the throne, by the white standard powdered with fleurs-de-lis. This in turn gave place to the famous tricolour." France entered the war in 1635.
  8. ^ At war with Spain 1625–30 (and France 1627–29).
  9. ^ "into line with army of Gabriel Bethlen in 1620." Ágnes Várkonyi: Age of the Reforms, Magyar Könyvklub publisher, 1999. ISBN 963-547-070-3
  10. ^ Public Domain "Flag". Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed.). 1911. : "The Austrian imperial standard has, on a yellow ground, the black double-headed eagle, on the breast and wings of which are imposed shields bearing the arms of the provinces of the empire. The flag is bordered all round, the border being composed of equilateral triangles with their apices alternately inwards and outwards, those with their apices pointing inwards being alternately yellow and white, the others alternately scarlet and black. " Also, Whitney Smith, Flags through the ages and across the world, McGraw-Hill, England, 1975 ISBN 0-07-059093-1, pp.114 – 119, "The imperial banner was a golden yellow cloth...bearing a black eagle...The double-headed eagle was finally established by Sigismund as regent...".
  11. ^ Ervin Liptai: Military history of Hungary, Zrínyi Military Publisher, 1985. ISBN 9633263379
  12. ^ Hussar (Huszár) hu.wikipedia
  13. ^ Denmark fought Sweden and the Dutch Republic in the Torstenson War
  14. ^ a b Lord Wentworth's Regiment served as part of the Spanish Army.
  15. ^ Hrushevsky (2003), pp. 327ff.
  16. ^ The Acts of Union of 1707 united the crowns of England and Scotland, forming the Kingdom of Great Britain. For much of the war, Scottish units were under Dutch pay and operated as part of the army of the Dutch Republic.
  17. ^ a b In 1707, the kingdoms of England and Scotland were unified as the Kingdom of Great Britain, sharing a single Parliament at Westminster under the Act of Union 1707. After this, Scottish troops joined their English counterparts in all colonial wars.
  18. ^ Cesáreo Fernández Duro, Armada española desde la unión de los reinos de Castilla y de León, Est. tipográfico Sucesores de Rivadeneyra, Madrid, 1902, Vol. VI, p. 118
  19. ^ Arrived in France following the abolition of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth after the Third Partition in 1795.
  20. ^ a b Nominally the Holy Roman Empire, of which the Austrian Netherlands and the Duchy of Milan were under direct Austrian rule. Also encompassed many other Italian states, as well as other Habsburg states such as the Grand Duchy of Tuscany.
  21. ^ Virtually all of the Italian states, including the neutral Papal States and the Republic of Venice, were conquered following Napoleon's invasion in 1796 and became French satellite states.
  22. ^ Officially neutral but Danish fleet was attacked by Britain at the Battle of Copenhagen.
  23. ^ Abolished following the restoration of the neutral Papal States in 1799.
  24. ^ Short lived state that replaced the Kingdom of Naples in 1799.