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Mansfield: Crisis in the Pine Barrens: In early 1864, Union Gen. Nathaniel Banks led a small army up Louisiana’s Red River. His objective, in conjunction with an overland…

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Today in Military History
11 February 1659

Danish and Dutch troops repel a Swedish assault on the city of Copenhagen during the Second Northern War. With the spark of the Dano-Swedish War in 1658, Sweden occupied the Danish mainland of Jutland. On 11 February 1658, Sweden crossed the frozen straits between Jutland and Zealand, marching towards the Danish capital of Copenhagen. Following the Treaty of Roskilde, Sweden gained significant territory. Swedish King Karl X Gustav was not content with his victory, and desired to wipe out his Scandinavian rival. In August 1658, Swedish forces began their siege of the Danish capital. On 29 October 1658, a Dutch fleet defeated Sweden in the Battle of the Sound in an attempt to end the blockade of Copenhagen. Despite the naval defeat, Sweden maintained its siege of the city. After six months of surrounding the city, Sweden launched its assault on the capital. After suffering severe losses in attempting to overrun the Danish-Dutch resistance, the Swedish army withdrew from the battlefield, ending the siege.
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Today in Military History
9 February 1654

Spanish forces capture Fort Rocher on Tortuga Island (present day Haiti) from the French during the Franco-Spanish War. At midday on 9 February, the French and English inhabitant’s spotted four Spanish warships approach Tortuga Island. The attack came as a result of French and English buccaneers sacking the Spanish settlements at Santiago de los Caballeros (present day Dominican Republic) and the Cuban port of San Juan de los Remedios, years earlier. The Spanish assaulted the French fort with 700 troops and a single artillery battery. Capturing the fort, the Spanish slaughtered the 500 prisoners, and captured 160,000 Spanish dollars. Leaving behind a garrison of 150 troops, the fort was eventually destroyed and abandoned by the Spanish 18-months later.
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