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Daemon
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The Battle of Narva (1700)

Sweden's power and influence in the Baltic region was growing when the young and inexperienced Charles XII came to the throne in 1697. Seeing their chance to end Swedish domination of the area, Charles's neighbors—Peter I of Russia, Frederick IV of Denmark, and Augustus II of Poland—formed an alliance and attacked. At Narva, the first major battle of the Great Northern War, Charles's army soundly defeated the superior Russian forces. A few years later, Peter returned to Narva. What happened? More...
ChristopherJohnson
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It is high time to throw out Russians from the Baltic regions they have occupied (Sveaborg they call Saint Petersburg and Koenigsberg, they call Kaliningrad included).
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