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An action of the Four Days' Battle, 1-4 June 1666
The Four Days' Battle, during the Second Dutch War, 1665-1667, was the longest fleet action in naval history and almost a major disaster for the English. It was fought in the southern North Sea between an English fleet of 56 ships under the command of the Duke of Albemarle and a larger Dutch fleet commanded by Lieutenant-Admiral Michiel de Ruyter. The outcome was fiercely contested but eventually the English gained the weather position and comparative safety, although a large number of casualties were incurred on both sides.
Lieve Pietersz Verschuier
- Image reference: BHC0288
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Palmer Collection. Acquired with the assistance of The Art Fund