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Battle of Treiden
Part of the Polish–Swedish War (1626–1629)
DateFebruary 1, 1628
LocationTreiden, Livonia (Latvia)
Result Polish–Lithuanian victory
Belligerents
Herb Rzeczypospolitej Obojga Narodow.svg Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Naval Ensign of Sweden.svg Swedish Empire
Commanders and leaders
Mikołaj Korff
Konstanty Zienowicz
Gustav Horn
Strength
200 infantry
600-700 cavalry
500 infantry
400 cavalry
Casualties and losses
20-40 killed 200-300 killed
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The Battle of Treiden was fought during the Polish–Swedish War (1626–1629), between Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Swedish Empire in February 1, 1628. Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth forces under the command of Mikołaj Korff and Konstanty Zienowicz defeated the Swedish forces commanded by Gustav Horn.

References[]

Arvi Korhonen, Hakkapeliittain historia, Tom 2. Söderström, 1939.

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