Who won the war between France and Holland?
After years of fighting and a series of exhausting battles, the 1678-1679 Treaties of Nijmegen were signed between France, the Dutch Republic, the Holy Roman Empire, the Spanish Empire, the Prince-Bishopric of Münster, and the Swedish Empire, ending the Franco-Dutch War with the Franche-Comté and the Spanish …
Did France occupy the Netherlands?
There have been multiple military invasions of the Netherlands or its predecessor states, including: The Capture of Brielle by the Watergeuzen (1572), during the Dutch Revolt. The Franco-Dutch War (1672–78), during which France and Munster occupied much of the Netherlands.
Did the French defeat the Dutch?
After 1674, the French occupied Franche-Comté and areas along their border with the Spanish Netherlands and in Alsace, but neither side was able to achieve a decisive victory.
|Date||6 April 1672 – 17 September 1678 (6 years, 5 months, 1 week and 4 days)|
|Result||Peace of Nijmegen|
Who won the Nine Years war?
France won the Pyrrhic victory, and the balance of 1697 remained positive for her. However, the question of the succession of the Spanish throne was not resolved. In just 4 years, the fighting between the old opponents resumed in the form of the War of the Spanish Succession.
Did the Dutch fight with Napoleon?
During the campaign against Napoleon after his return from Elba in 1815, Dutch troops played a role in his defeat at Waterloo.
Did the Dutch side with Napoleon?
Between 1810-1813 around 35.000 Dutchmen between 20 and 50 were forced to join his Grande Armée or his fleet; around 25.000 joined Napoleon to Russia. Most Dutchmen served in the 123rd, 124th, 125th and 126th Regiment d’Infanterie de Ligne, and 33e Régiment d’Infanterie Légère.