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Battle of Poznań (1704)

Battle of Poznań
Part of the Great Northern War
Date August 8, 1704 (O.S.)
August 9, 1704 (Swedish calendar)
19 August 1704 (N.S.)
Location Poznań, Poland
Result Swedish victory
Belligerents
Swedish Empire  Electorate of Saxony
Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
Commanders and leaders
Johan August Meijerfeldt Johann Matthias von der Schulenburg
Strength
2,300 men[1] 6,000 men[1]
Casualties and losses
388 men[1] 600 men[1]

The Battle of Poznań was a battle that took place on August 9, 1704 in Poznań, Poland during the Great Northern War.

The Swedes won the battle.

References

  1. ^ a b c d Northern Wars, Oskar Sjöström


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