List of battles 1601–1800

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Early 17th century (1601–50)[edit]

  • 1601
    • Capture of Portobello (1601) 17 January - English expedition assaulted and took Portobello from the Spanish, acquired some booty and then sacked the place.
    • Battle of Wenden (1601) 7 January - The battle is significant as the first encounter between Swedish reiters and Polish hussars.
    • Battle of Kokenhausen 23 June - Was the battle opening the Polish–Swedish War (1600–1611)
    • Siege of Rheinberg 12 June - 2 August - Was the siege of the towns of Rheinberg and Meurs Rheinberg eventually capitulated on 28 July after a Spanish relief force failed to relieve the city. The towns of Meurs surrendered 2 August
    • Siege of Ostend 5 July 1601 – 20 September 1604 was a three-year siege of the city of Ostend during the Eighty Years' War and the Anglo–Spanish War.
    • Battle of Guruslău 3 August - Between the Wallachia, Habsburg Monarchy & Cossacks against Principality of Transylvania & Moldavia. Wallachian-Austrian victory, Transylvania is taken out from the Ottoman suzerainty
    • Siege of Nagykanizsa Ottoman Turks 9 September – 18 November - of Nagykanizsa (Kanije) fort defeat an invading army of Habsburg Monarchy.
    • Battle of Carinish Scottish clan battle between Clan MacLeod of Dunvegan and the Clan MacDonald of Sleat, that ended with a MacDonald victory.
    • Battle at Etzanoa near modern Arkansas City, Kansas Between Escanxaque And New Spain
    • Battle of Coire Na Creiche Scottish clan battle Between Clan MacLeod of Dunvegan and the Clan MacDonald of Sleat, that ended with a MacDonald victory. It was the last clan battle in Skye.
    • Siege of Donegal Between Ireland & Gaelic Allies and Tyrone's rebels. Having suffered several repulses rebels abandoned the siege and moved his army southwards to Munster to take part in the Battle of Kinsale.
    • Siege of Wolmar 18 October - 18 December - The Swedish artillery managed to hold back the Poles, but on 8 December polish siege cannons arrived and an intense bombardment of Wolmar continued for ten days when Swedes asked for conditions of surrender.
    • Siege of 's-Hertogenbosch 1–27 November - Was an unsuccessful Dutch attempt to capture the city of 's-Hertogenbosch, North Brabant, Spanish Netherlands
    • Naval Battle of Castlehaven 6 December - Between a Spanish naval convoy of six ships and an English fleet consisting of four warships. Five out of six Spanish ships, were either sunk, captured or run aground in the battle, while the English fleet lost no ships.
    • Naval Battle of Bantam 27 December - In Bantam Bay, Indonesia. Between a fleet of 5 Dutch ships and a Portuguese fleet of 8 galleons and several fustas. The Portuguese were forced to retreat.
    • Siege of Kinsale 2 October 1601 – 3 January 1602 - Was the ultimate battle in England's conquest of Gaelic Ireland
  • 1602
    • Battle of Morar Scottish clan battle between the Clan MacDonell of Glengarry against the Clan Mackenzie who were supported by the Clan Ross. Near Loch Morar, in the Scottish Highlands
    • Battle of Kinsale 3 January - at the climax of the Nine Years War a campaign by Hugh O'Neill, Hugh Roe O'Donnell and other Irish lords against English rule.
    • Siege of Fellin 25 March - 17 May - Polish and Lithuanian forces led by Grand Crown Hetman Jan Zamoyski besieged the Swedish-held town of Fellin (present day Viljandi in Estonia).
    • Siege of Weissenstein 31 May - 30 September - Polish-Lithuanian army of 2,000 troops besiege Weissenstein (now known as Paide in Estonia). The Swedes capitulated on 30 September.
    • Burning of Dungannon June - It marked the beginning of the final stage of Tyrone's Rebellion
    • Naval Battle of Sesimbra Bay 3 June 1602 - Between an English naval expeditionary force of 5 Galleons and a Spanish fleet of 11 galleys a large Carrack and help from a fort and shore batteries.
    • Battle of Reval 30 June - The Polish forces had been sent against Swedish forces gathering outside Tallinn. The Swedish lines broke as a result.
    • Siege of Dunboy 5 June and 18 June - Dunboy was a stronghold of Donal Cam O'Sullivan Beare, After the loss at Kinsale. O'Sullivan resolved to continue the fight and rallied his forces at Dunboy. The English crown sent an army of between 4000 and 5000
    • Naval Battle of the Narrow Seas 3-4 October An English and Dutch fleet of 9 Galleons, Carracks & Galiots intercepted and attacked 6 Spanish galleys in the Dover Straits and was fought off the coast of England and finally off the Spanish Netherlands.
    • L'Escalade 11–12 December was a notable and failed attempt by Catholic Savoy to conquer Protestant Geneva. After the defeat the Duke of Savoy accepted a lasting peace, sealed by the Treaty of St. Julien of 12 July 1603
  • 1603
    • Battle of Glen Fruin 7 February Scottish clan battle between the Clan Gregor and its allies on one side, and the Clan Colquhoun and its allies on the other.
    • Naval Battle of Puerto Caballos 17 February - Was a military campaign to capture the Spanish town and port of Puerto Caballos (present day Puerto Cortés) by an English fleet that were able to achieve victory.
    • Battle of Rakvere 5 March - The siege of Dorpat commenced. On 5 March 1603 at Rakvere with 1,000 men Jan Chodkiewicz defeated the Swedish relief force of 2,000
    • Raid on Santiago de Cuba 12 May - minor military campaign that took place towards the end of the Anglo–Spanish War in May 1603. Santiago de Cuba was attacked and sacked by English privateers led by Christopher Cleeve
    • Naval Battle of Sluis 26 May - Spanish fleet of 8 Galleys defeated by the Dutch fleet of 3 men of war, 2 galleys and several smaller vessels. The Spanish commander Federico Spinola died.
    • Battle of Brașov 17 July – Fought between the troops of Wallachia led by Radu Șerban and the Habsburg Empire on one side and the Transylvanian troops led by Mózes Székely on the other side
    • Capture of Tabriz 1 October - 21 October - The capture of Tabriz from the Ottoman Turks by the Safavid army of Shah Abbas I. After twenty days fighting during the Ottoman–Safavid War (1603–1618)
  • 1604
    • Battle of Urmia Between the Safavid and Ottoman empires and resulted in a decisive Safavid victory.
    • Battle of Lješkopolje Ali-beg Mimibegović led an army from Podgorica and clashed with 400 Montenegrins in Lješanska nahija. The battle lasted through the night, at dawn Montenegrins launched a sudden charge surprising the enemy. Ali-beg was wounded and retreated
    • Siege of Sluis 19 May – 19 August A States and English army crossed the Scheldt estuary and advanced on land taking Cadzand, Aardenburg and IJzendijke in the Spanish Netherlands. This led to the siege of the Spanish held inland port of Sluis.
    • Naval Battle of the Gulf of Cadiz 7 August - The battle took place when a flotilla of two galleons engaged two English privateers who were plundering shipping lanes and villages around the Gulf of Cádiz.
    • Battle of Weissenstein 25 September - Between Sweden and the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. The battle ended with the total defeat of the Swedish army.
    • Battle of Novhorod-Siverskyi 31 December - Was the first major battle of False Dmitry I against Boris Godunov.
  • 1605
    • Battle of Dobrynichi 21 January – Pretender to the Russian throne defeated, but escapes.
    • Battle of Kircholm 27 September – Polish hussars cavalry defeated numerically superior Swedes.
    • Siege of Kandahar When Emperor Akbar died on 27 October 1605, the Safavid governor of Herat, moved to recapture Kandahar on behalf of the Safavids while the Mughals were distracted.
  • 1606
  • 1607
    • Battle of Gibraltar 25 April – Dutch fleet destroys anchored Spanish fleet.
    • Battle of Guzów 6 July - between the forces of the Zebrzydowski Rebellion against the Polish Royalists supporting King Sigismund III Vasa under the command of Polish Grand Crown Hetman
    • Battle of Kozelsk 8 October - The first victory of False Dmitry II against the government of Tsar Vasili IV Shiusk
    • Raid on Bone Raid by the Tuscan Order of St. Stephen against the Ottoman town of Bone (Annaba, Algeria)
  • 1608
    • Battle of Ebenat 17 January – Emperor Susenyos surprises an Oromo army, killing 12,000 Oromo at a cost of 400 soldiers.
    • Battle of Bolkhov 10-11 May - Between troops of False Dmitry II and the army of Tsar Vasily Shuisky.
    • Battle of Kilmacrennan 5 Juli - a skirmish fought near Kilmacrennan, County Donegal during O'Doherty's Rebellion
    • Siege of Troitsky monastery 23 September until 12 January 1610. An attempt of the Polish–Lithuanian irregular army that acted in support of False Dmitry II to capture the Trinity Monastery (the modern Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius) north of Moscow. The siege lasted for 16 months
  • 1609
    • Siege of Pärnu 28 February - 2 March The Polish–Lithuanian miners blew up three of the main gates of the city and Lithuanian troops fought their way to the city's center and captures the city
    • Battle of Kamenka 15 May
    • Battle of Torzhok 17 June
    • Battle of Tver 13 July
    • Battle of Tver 15 July
    • Iroquois War (1609) 30 July - 2 Frenchmen and 60 natives Huron's encountered a group of 200 Iroquois. Near Ticonderoga and Crown Point, New York. The Hurons and the french routed the enemy, killing fifty and taking twelve prisoners, whom they tortured until death
    • Battle of Kaljazin 18 August
    • Battle of Daugavgrīva (1609) 6 October - Swedes managed to avoid battle for four days, finally Lithuanian's abandoned camp, leaving a small force and hid in the nearby woods. Swedes couldn't resist and attacked the weakly defended Lithuanian camp and were surprised by Lithuanian counterattack from the woods.
    • Battle of Troitsko 28 October
  • 1610
  • 1611
    • Siege of Kalmar 3 May - 3 August - Occurred during the Kalmar War and constituted the major part of an intensive conflict between Denmark-Norway and Sweden.
    • Storming of Kristianopel 26 June - The Swedes managed to siege the fortified city and went in by bombing the fortress port, which was badly defended.
    • Siege of Smolensk (ended in June) – Poland captures city after two-year siege.
    • Conquest of Novgorod July 15
  • 1612
    • Battle of Kringen 26 August – Norwegian peasant militia ambush Scottish mercenary soldiers on their way to enlist in the Swedish army.
    • Battle of Moscow (1612) 1 & 3 September - A series of two battles, which took place in Moscow, during the Polish–Muscovite War (1605–18). The battles ended in tactical Russian victory.
    • Naval Battle at Surat 29 August – Portuguese fleet was defeated by the English, off the coast of Surat, India.
    • Naval Battle of Swally 9-10 December - Took place off the coast of Suvali a village near the Surat city (now in Gujarat, India) and was a victory for four English East India Company galleons over four Portuguese galleons and 26 barks
  • 1613
    • Battle of Port Royal (October) - Captain Samuel Argall leads a force from Virginia to attack Acadia destroying Port Royal and other French outposts in eastern Canada.
    • Siege of Tikhvin 4 June - 25 September local Streltsy and noblemen rose up against the Swedish garrison and destroyed it. The Swedes undertook a punitive expedition to Tikhvin and burned the town, but could not take the Assumption Monastery.
    • Siege of Smolensk (1613–1617) Russian troops led a protracted and unsuccessful siege of the city. During the siege, no attempt was made to assault. In the beginning of 1617 the siege was lifted.
    • Naval Battle of Cape Corvo August - A naval engagement of the Ottoman–Habsburg wars. fought as part of the struggle for the control of the Mediterranean, near the island of Samos. Spanish squadron from Sicily, engaged an Ottoman fleet.
  • 1614
    • Raid on Żejtun 6-12 Juli - The last major attack made by the Ottoman Empire against the island of Malta, which was then ruled by the Order of St. John.
    • Battle of Bronnicy 14 July
    • Siege of Aachen Late August 1614 - Spanish Army of Flanders, marched from Maastricht to Germany to support Wolfgang Wilhelm, Count Palatine of Neuburg, during the War of the Jülich Succession.
    • Battle of Imafuku (November) Tokugawa Ieyasu attacks and captures the village of Imafuku by defeating Toyotomi clan forces.
    • Siege of Osaka 8 November - 22 January 1615 A series of battles undertaken by the Tokugawa shogunate against the Toyotomi clan, and ending in that clan's destruction.
    • Battle of Imafuku Late November - The village of Imafuku stood on the northeast approach to Osaka, and so Tokugawa Ieyasu sent 1500 men to secure the site for a fort. They faced 600 men loyal to the Toyotomi "Western Army,"
    • Battle of Shigino 26 November Five thousand Tokugawa troops, led by Uesugi Kagekatsu, engaged 2000 troops loyal to the Toyotomi at a place called Shigino, across the Yamato River (now called the Neyagawa) from the site of the Battle of Imafuku
  • 1615
    • Siege of Braunschweig, 1615 Duke Friedrich Ulrich of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel laid siege to the city of Braunschweig (the second siege after 1605/1606). Hanseatic & Dutch relief forces broke the siege.
    • Cossack raid on Istanbul (1615) a campaign of the Zaporozhian Cossacks, The attack successfully penetrated the capital of the Ottoman Empire, entered its harbor, and burned ships before returning to their base.
    • Battle of Kashii 26 May - Tokugawa forces defeat Toyotomi forces during the conflict over Osaka.
    • Battle of Yao 2 June - The battle occurred in 1615 during the Siege of Osaka, in which Tokugawa Ieyasu planned to destroy the Toyotomi clan. It was fought between the Tōdō clan and the Chōsokabe clan. Tõdõ clan won the battle
    • Battle of Dōmyōji 2 June - the Eastern Army of Tokugawa Ieyasu and the Osaka Army of Toyotomi Hideyori clashed in battle at Dōmyōji. This battle was one of Japan's major historical battles between samurai forces.
    • Battle of Tennōji 3 June - Final defeat of Toyotomi Hideyori, son of Hideyoshi
    • Naval Battle of Zaule Venetians With a galley and several smaller ships occupied the Zaule salt pan and began to destroy it.
    • Siege of Pskov (1615) 9 August - 27 Oktober - Approaching Pskov, the Swedes tried to take it immediately, but were repelled by the Pskov garrison with heavy losses. After two and a half months, the Swedes withdrew from Pskov to Narva
    • Battle of Oneida 16 October - Champlain Battle Where Samuel dechamplain Aided By 10 Frenchmen And 300 Hurons Attacked The Stockaded Oneida Indian Village,
    • Naval Action off La Goulette December A victory for a Spanish privateer squadron under Francisco de Ribera over a Tunisian fleet.
  • 1616
    • Naval Battle of Cape Celidonia 14 July - A small Spanish fleet of 5 Galleons and a patache, cruising off Cyprus was attacked by an Ottoman fleet of 55 Galleys. The Spanish ships, managed to repel the Ottomans, inflicting heavy losses.
    • Battle of Toppur Was one of the largest battles in the history of South Asia. It causes complete destruction of already declining Vijaya Nagara Empire.
    • Siege of Vercelli Vercelli was captured by the Spaniards
  • 1617
  • 1618
    • Battle of Orynin 28 September - Polish forces faced Crimean Tatars from Budjak, The battle took place near Orynin in Podolia.
    • Siege of Moscow (1618) 2- 11 Oktober - The last major military action of Wladyslaw IV's campaign of 1617-1618 and the entire Polish-Muscovite War (1605-1618). An assault was unsuccessful. The Polish-Lithuanian government went to the conclusion of the Truce of Deulino.
    • Battle of Lomnice 9 November - Between the Roman Catholic army of Charles Bonaventure de Longueval, Count of Bucquoy, and the Protestant army of Heinrich Matthias von Thurn. Ends in Bohemian victory.
    • Siege of Pilsen 19 September - 21 November - The first major battle of the Thirty Years' War. The Protestant victory and subsequent capture of the city enlarged the Bohemian Revolt.
  • 1619
  • 1620
  • 1621
    • Blockade of La Rochelle 1621-1622 Took place in 1621-1622 during the repression of the Huguenot rebellion by the French king Louis XIII.
    • Siege of Saint-Jean-d'Angély (1621) 30 May- 24 June Was a siege, accomplished by French king Louis XIII, against the Protestant stronghold of Saint-Jean-d'Angély.
    • Siege of Clairac 23 July - 4 August - During the Huguenot uprisings, after taking the city of Saint-Jean-d'Angély, Louis XIII made the decision to go south to subdue Guyenne , and to besiege Clairac which was a bastion of Protestantism.
    • Battle of Gibraltar (1621) 10 August - During the Eighty Years' War. A Dutch VOC fleet, escorted by Haultain's squadron was intercepted and defeated by nine ships of Spain's Atlantic fleet Armada del Mar Océano, while crossing the Strait of Gibraltar.
    • Battle of Khotyn 2 September - 9 October - Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth army stops great Turkish invasion.
    • Siege of Jülich (1621–22) 5 September 1621 - 3 February 1622 A siege during the Palatinate campaign of the Thirty Years' War. After five months of siege the Spanish army took the Dutch-occupied fortress of Jülich, compelling its garrison to surrender.
    • Siege of Montauban August - November A siege accomplished by the young French king Louis XIII, against the Protestant stronghold of Montauban. Despite a strength of about 25,000 men,Louis XIII was unable to capture the city of Montauban
  • 1622
    • Indian massacre of 1622 1 April - Powhatan braves came unarmed into our houses with deer, turkeys, fish, fruits, and other provisions to sell and the warriors grabbed any tools or weapons they saw and killed all the English settlers they found.
    • Battle of Wiesloch 25 April - Protestants under Count Mansfield defeat Catholics under Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly in Thirty Years' War.
    • Siege of Royan May - was a siege accomplished by the French king Louis XIII against the Protestant stronghold of Royan
    • Battle of Wimpfen 6 May - A battle in the Bohemian Revolt period of the Thirty Years' War near Wimpfen.
    • Siege of Nègrepelisse 10- 11 June - A siege accomplished by the French king Louis XIII against the Protestant stronghold of Nègrepelisse in France
    • Battle of Höchst 20 June - The joint Spanish-Bavarian army under Cordoba and Tilly was attempting to stop the junction of Christian of Brunswick and Mansfeld. They were able to intercept Christian before he could cross the River Main at Hochst.
    • Battle of Macau 22–24 June - A conflict of the Dutch–Portuguese War fought in the Portuguese settlement of Macau, in southeastern China.
    • Siege of Bergen-op-Zoom (1622) 18 July - 2 October - The Spanish laid siege to the Dutch city of Bergen op Zoom. The population was divided between Protestants, who favored resistance and Catholics, who favored a Spanish conquest. The Spanish, had to lift the siege on
    • Siege of Heidelberg (1622) 23 July – 19 September - Between the Imperial-Spanish army against the Anglo-Protestant forces during the Palatinate campaign.
    • Siege of Montpellier August - October - A siege of the Huguenot city of Montpellier by the Catholic forces of Louis XIII of France, It was part of the Huguenot rebellions.
    • Battle of Fleurus 29 August - Protestant victory during Thirty Years' War
    • Naval battle of Saint-Martin-de-Ré 27 October - Between the Huguenot fleet of La Rochelle under Jean Guiton, and a Royal fleet under Charles de Guise.
    • Battle of Mbumbi 18 December - A military engagement between forces of Portuguese Angola and the Kingdom of Kongo.
    • Capture of Hurmuz Persian capture Hurmuz with the aid of the English East Indian Company's ships
  • 1623
  • 1624
  • 1625
    • Recapture of Bahia – Decisive Spanish-Portuguese victory
    • Battle of Blavet 17 January - Between the Huguenot forces and a French fleet in Blavet harbour (Port de Blavet, modern Port-Louis), Brittany, triggering the Second Huguenot rebellion against the Crown of France.
    • Action of 1 February 1625 Part of the Dutch–Portuguese War
    • Marabda, Battle of 1625 1 July - A battle between troops of Iran and the kingdoms of Kartli and Kakhetia (Eastern Georgia) near the village of Marabda (lower Kartli, 20 km from Tbilisi).
    • Battle of Elmina (1625) 25 October – Failed Dutch attempt to take a Portuguese fortress
    • Battle of San Juan (1625) 24 September – 2 November - A Dutch expedition attacked the island of Puerto Rico, but despite besieging San Juan for two months, was unable to capture it from Spain.
    • Recovery of Ré island 12- 15 September Accomplished by the army of Louis XIII, against the troops of the Protestant admiral Soubise and the Huguenot forces of La Rochelle, who had been occupying the Island of Ré since February 1625 as part of the Huguenot rebellions.
    • Naval Cádiz expedition (1625) 1–7 November naval expedition against Spain by English and Dutch forces.
  • 1626
  • 1627
  • 1628
    • Tartar raid into Ukraine A tartar raid into Ukraine as far as Belaya Terkov provoked Cossack reprisals
    • Battle of Treiden (1628) 1 February During the Polish–Swedish War between Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Swedish Empire. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces defeated the Swedish forces
    • Siege of Stralsund (1628) May - 4 August - A siege laid on Stralsund by Imperial Army during the Thirty Years' War, Stralsund was aided by Denmark and Sweden, with considerable Scottish participation. The battle marked the de facto entrance of Sweden into the war
    • Battle of Danzig (1628)Battle of Danzig 16 June
    • Weichselmünde 1628 6 July - Finnish troops in king Gustavus’s field army in Prussia launched a special operation attack on the Polish and Danzig fleets that had been hiding from the blockaging Swedish navy in the Weichselmünde harbour.
    • Action of 17 July 1628 17 July - The largest incident of the North American phase of the Beaver Wars. The English force succeeded in capturing a supply convoy bound for New France, severely impairing that colony's ability to resist attack.
    • Siege of Batavia 22 August-3 December - First siege of Batavia A military campaign led by Sultan Agung of Mataram to capture the Dutch port-settlement of Batavia in Java.
    • Battle of Wolgast 2 September - Danish forces of Denmark-Norway had made landfall on Usedom, and expelled the imperial occupation forces. An Imperial army left besieged Stralsund to confront the Danes. Ultimately, the Danish forces were defeated.
    • Battle of Osterode 14 October
    • Battle in the Bay of Matanzas Dutch fleet led by Admiral Piet Hein was able to defeat and capture the Spanish treasure fleet.
  • 1629
    • Battle of Treiden (1628) 1 February Between Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Swedish Empire Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces defeated the Swedish forces.
    • Naval Battle of River Duyon Naval engagement between the Portuguese forces commanded by the last great commander of Portuguese India, and the forces of the Sultanate of Aceh.
    • Battle of Górzno 12 February – Swedish victory during the Polish–Swedish War (1626–29)
    • Siege of Privas 14 - 28 May - Was undertaken by Louis XIII of France the city of Privas was captured on 28 May 1629. It was one of the last events of the Huguenot rebellions
    • Siege of Batavia May–September - Second Siege of Batavia, A military campaign led by Sultan Agung of Mataram to capture the Dutch port-settlement of Batavia in Java. Both were unsuccessful
    • Battle of Trzciana – 25 June – Polish victory during the Polish–Swedish War (1626–29)
    • Battle of St. Kitts (1629) 17 June – 7 September was a successful Spanish expedition that seized the islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis from the English and French during the Anglo-Spanish War (1625–30).
    • Siege of Alès ? - 17 June The Siege of Alès was undertaken by Louis XIII of France, and the city captured on 17 June 1629.
    • Siege of 's-Hertogenbosch Dutch army takes a city loyal to the Spanish king.
  • 1630
    • Battle of Veillane 10 July - Between a French army and a Spanish army. The result was a French victory.
    • Battle of Randeniwela 25 August - a battle fought in the Sinhalese–Portuguese War. Between Senarat against the Portuguese
    • Siege of Recife (1630) the Dutch captured Recife, in Portuguese Brazil. This began a war over Brazil, which would see the Dutch establish a colony called New Holland.
  • 1631
    • Battle of Frankfurt an der Oder 13 April - Between the Swedish Empire and the Holy Roman Empire for the strategically important, fortified Oder crossing Frankfurt an der Oder, Brandenburg, Germany
    • Sack of Baltimore 20 June - The only recorded instance of a slaving raid by corsairs in Ireland
    • Battle of Magdeburg (ended 20 May) Imperial Soldiers capture and pillage town.
    • Battle of Werben 1 August - Between the Swedish Empire and the Holy Roman Empire. The Swedes forced them to retreat.
    • Battle of Albrolhos 10 August – Spanish Admiral Oquendo defeated the Dutch after a six-hour naval battle.
    • Battle of Breitenfeld 17 September Saxons and Swedes defeat Catholics under Tilly.
    • Battle of the Slaak Crushing Dutch victory over the Spanish fleet
  • 1632
    • Siege of Nuremberg Was a battle campaign that took place in 1632 about the Imperial City of Nuremberg during the Thirty Years' War.
    • Battle of Rain 5 April Count of Tilly killed in battle with the Swedes.
    • Capture of Maastricht 9 June 22 August– Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange eventually captured the city from Spanish forces.
    • Battle of Wiesloch (1632) 16 August - During the Thirty Years' War near the German city of Wiesloch, south of Heidelberg. A Swedish army fought an army of the Holy Roman Empire. The battle resulted in a Swedish victory.
    • Battle of Castelnaudary 1 September - Between the rebel forces of Henri II de Montmorency (loyal to Gaston, Duke of Orléans) and the royalist forces of Marshal Henri de Schomberg (loyal to King Louis XIII).
    • Battle of Fürth 3 September - Between the Catholic forces of Holy Roman Emperor and the Protestant forces of Sweden in the Thirty Years War. A tactical victory by the Catholic forces
    • Siege of Smolensk (1632–33) 28 October 1632 – 4 October 1633 - When the Muscovite army besieged the Polish–Lithuanian city of Smolensk during the Smolensk War
    • Battle of Lützen 16 November - Protestant Swedish forces defeat Catholics but King Gustavus Adolphus is killed.
  • 1633
  • 1634
    • Battle of Amritsar 5 June - Between Guru HarGobind Ji and the forces of the Mughal army. Shah Jahan worried over the growing influence of the Sikhs and angered by the loss of a valued hawk seeks to teach a lesson to Guru Hargobind
    • Battle of Nördlingen – 6–7 September – The Imperial armies number 33,000 troops, the Protestant forces with 25,000. At the end of the day, 12,000 Protestants are dead, another 4,000 captured, including Swedish army leader Gustaf Horn.
  • 1636
  • 1637
  • 1638
  • 1639
  • 1641
  • 1642
  • 1643
  • 1644
  • 1645
  • 1646
  • 1647
  • 1648
  • 1649
  • 1650

Late 17th century (1651–1700)[edit]

Early 18th century (1701–50)[edit]

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