Swedish King

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Dano-Swedish War (1658–1660)
... The Dano-Swedish War of 1658–60 (Danish Anden Karl Gustav-krig, Swedish Karl X Gustavs andra danska krig, Dutch Zweeds-Nederlandse Oorlog) was a war between Denmark–Norway and Sweden ... In the aftermath of that conflict, the Swedish king Charles X Gustav desired to add the province of Royal Prussia in Poland to the Swedish realm, but his position ... stalled and prolonged the fulfillment of some provisions of the earlier peace the Swedish king decided to use this as a pretext to attack with an ambitious goal to vanquish Denmark as a ...
Dano-Swedish War (1658–1660) - Background
... In the peace treaty of Roskilde, Denmark was obliged to supply the Swedish army with provisions until May 1658, but soon thereafter the army would need to ... The Swedish king knew that the army would not be able to be supplied in Sweden for long, and disbanding it was not desirable with the Poles eager to ... The Swedish King maintained that his main goal was to invade Royal Prussia, but he also wanted to punish Frederick William of Brandenburg-Prussia ...
Battle Of Lund - Battle
... Before daybreak the Swedish army broke camp and made preparations to cross the river under the cover of a moonless night ... Between 400 and 530 in the morning, the entire Swedish force had successfully crossed the river and reached the south bank ... The Swedish main strength lay in its cavalry ...
Mead Hall - Legends and History
... the late 9th century Värmlandish chieftain Áki invited both the Norwegian king Harald Fairhair and the Swedish king Eric Eymundsson, but had the Norwegian king stay in the newly constructed and sumptuous one, because ... The older Swedish king, on the other hand, had to stay in the old feasting hall ... The Swedish king was so humiliated that he killed Áki ...
Hrodulf - Hrólfr Kraki's Saga
... Whereas Hróarr moved to Northumbria and married the king's daughter, Helgi (i.e ... She was later taken by the Swedish king Aðils (Eadgils) as his queen, which made Helgi even more unhappy ... The Swedish king disappeared through a hollow tree trunk that stood in his hall ...

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