January 30 – The March across the Belts begins when the harsh winter weather, which has also forced the Danish fleet to port, enables a Swedish army of 9,000 cavalrymen and 3,000 foot soldiers to move across the ice of Little Belt from Jutland to Gunen.
February 5 – The Swedish King and cavalry crosses the Great Belt from Langeland to Lolland and the infantry and the artillery follows the next day.
August 10 – As Swedish troops approaches Copenhagen once again, the king, in a letter, promises that Copenhagen and Christianshavn will be free "rigsstæder" and heard on all matters of national importance, particularly those relating to customs and octroi.
August 11 – The Swedish army ressumes its siege of Copenhagen.
October 29 – In the Battle of the Sound, a Dutch fleet come in support of Denmark forces the Swedish fleet to end the blockade of Copenhagen. Soon after Sweden has to abandon the siege of the city and withdraw from the Danish isles while they remain present in Jutland.
December 8 – Resistance fighters on Bornholm tries to capture to Swedish the Swedish commander on the island, Redigerer Printzenskiöld, who is killed in the subsequent uproar.