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Product details Destruction of the 'Soleil Royal' at the Battle of La Hogue, 23 May 1692
Destruction of the 'Soleil Royal' at the Battle of La Hogue, 23 May 1692
The action at La Hogue in May 1692 formed a crucial scene in the wider context of the Battle of Barfleur, a naval battle of the War of the League of Augsburg, 1689-1697, which was fought between an Anglo-Dutch and a French fleet. It was not finally brought to a conclusion until 24 May in the Bay of La Hogue, in the course of which the French flagship
Adriaen van Diest
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- National Maritime Museum