Action of 29 June 1609

Action Of 29 June 1609

Action of 29 June, 1609 was an attack on Tunisian ships on 29 June 1609 by a combined fleet of 8 Spanish galleons and 3 smaller vessels, under leader Fajardo, and a French squadron of 3 vessels, under Beaulieu. The raid was made at the Goletta, northern Tunisia.

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