What were the Anglo-Dutch wars fought over?

What were the Anglo-Dutch wars fought over?

The Anglo-Dutch Wars were a series of mainly naval conflicts between England and the Netherlands in the 17th Century. Both nations were striving for supremacy on the high seas and in their respective colonies. The First Anglo-Dutch War was from 1652 to 1654.

Who won the fourth Anglo-Dutch War?

British
Fourth Anglo-Dutch War

Date 1780–1784
Location North Sea, India, Ceylon, Sumatra, Caribbean, Cape Colony
Result British victory Treaty of Paris
Territorial changes Dutch Republic cedes Negapatnam to Great Britain

Who won the 3rd Anglo-Dutch War?

It lasted from 7 April 1672 to 19 February 1674, and was a subsidiary of the wider 1672 to 1678 Franco-Dutch War….Third Anglo-Dutch War.

Date 7 April 1672 – 19 February 1674
Location North Sea, New York, Saint Helena
Result Dutch victory Treaty of Westminster
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Who fought in Anglo-Dutch war?

The Anglo–Dutch Wars (Dutch: Engels–Nederlandse Oorlogen) were a series of conflicts mainly fought between the Dutch Republic and England (later Great Britain) from mid-17th to late 18th century.

Who won the Anglo-Dutch war?

England
The commercial rivalry of the two nations again led to war in 1665 (the Second Anglo-Dutch War of 1665–67), after hostilities had begun the previous year and the English had already captured New Amsterdam (New York). England declared war in March 1665 and won a decisive victory over the Dutch off Lowestoft in June.

When were the Anglo-Dutch wars?

1652 – 1784
Anglo-Dutch Wars/Periods

Who won the Anglo Dutch War?

Who won the Anglo-Dutch War?

Who won Franco Dutch War?

The war eventually resulted in a French victory, albeit an equivocal one, but Louis XIV failed to achieve his aims largely owing to his own inability to articulate a policy and his ministers’ and generals’ failure to execute the neatly planned strategy of 1672. Colonial historians have virtually ignored the war.

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