Siege of Danzig (1655–60)

Siege of Danzig (1655–1660)
Part of the Second Northern War and Deluge

Map of Europe at around that time.
Result Polish-Lithuanian-Dutch victory
Sweden Sweden Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
 Dutch Republic
Commanders and leaders
Charles X Gustav of Sweden
Lorens von der Linde
Adrian von der Linde
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Casualties and losses
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The Siege of Danzig took place between 1655 and 1660 when a Swedish force tried to capture this important Baltic Sea port city from the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Second Northern War. After 5 years of fighting around Danzig (Gdańsk), the Swedish force which has made little ground surrendered.


Danzig all of that time was unconquered and remain loyal to Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.


Further reading

Coordinates: 54°22′00″N 18°38′00″E / 54.366667°N 18.633333°E / 54.366667; 18.633333

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