Sieges of Danzig
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- Teutonic takeover of Danzig (Gdańsk) in 1308. This event involved several parties
- Siege of Danzig (1577) by king Stefan Batory, following the Danzig rebellion. Inconclusive, lifted as a compromise was negotiated
- Siege of Danzig (1626-1629) - one or more unsuccessful Swedish sieges during that period
- Battle of Oliva 1627: naval battle in the vicinity of Oliwa (currently part of Gdańsk)
- Siege of Danzig (1655–1660): Unsuccessful siege by Swedish forces in the Deluge
- Siege of Danzig (1734): Russians capture the city during the War of the Polish Succession
- Siege of Danzig (1807): French capture the city from Prussians during the War of the Fourth Coalition
- Siege of Danzig (1813): Russian forces against French Army. Successful.
- Events starting on 1 September 1939
- in 1945, the Soviet Army takes over the city during the East Pomeranian Offensive. For details, see Danzig Offensive Operation.
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