1672 in Europe: 1672 in England, 1672 in France, 1672 in Poland, Royal Declaration of Indulgence, Battle of Solebay, Lipka Rebellion

 
9781157729075: 1672 in Europe: 1672 in England, 1672 in France, 1672 in Poland, Royal Declaration of Indulgence, Battle of Solebay, Lipka Rebellion
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Chapters: 1672 in England, 1672 in France, 1672 in Poland, Royal Declaration of Indulgence, Battle of Solebay, Lipka Rebellion, Siege of Groenlo. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: The naval Battle of Solebay took place on 28 May Old Style, 7 June New Style 1672 and was the first naval battle of the Third Anglo-Dutch War. A fleet of 75 ships, 20,738 men and 4,484 cannon of the United Provinces, commanded by Lieutenant-Admirals Michiel de Ruyter, Adriaen Banckert and Willem Joseph van Ghent, surprised a joint Anglo-French fleet of 93 ships, 34,496 men and 6,018 cannon at anchor in Solebay (nowadays Sole Bay), near Southwold in Suffolk, on the east coast of England. The Duke of York and Vice-Admiral Comte Jean II d'Estrees planned to blockade the Dutch in their home ports and deny the North Sea to Dutch shipping. The Dutch had hoped to repeat the success of the Raid on the Medway and a frigate squadron under Van Ghent sailed up the Thames in May but discovered that Sheerness Fort was now too well prepared to pass. The Dutch main fleet came too late, mainly due to coordination problems between the five Dutch admiralties, to prevent a joining of the English and French fleets. It followed the Allied fleet to the north, which, unaware of this, put in at Solebay to refit. On 7 June the Allies were caught by surprise and got into disarray when the Dutch fleet, having the weather gauge, suddenly appeared on the horizon in the early morning. The French fleet, whether through accident or design, steered south followed by Banckert's fifteen ships and limited its action to long-distance fire. Nevertheless the Superbe was heavily damaged and des Rabesnieres killed by fire from Enno Doedes Star's Groningen; total French casualties were about 450. This left the D...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=886328

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