Product images of The Battle of La Hogue, 23 May/2 June 1692
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The Battle of La Hogue, 23 May/2 June 1692
The action, between a combined fleet of one hundred Dutch and English ships under Edward Russell and a fleet of forty-four French ships under de Tourville, took place off Cape Barfleur. The French offered stubborn resistance, but were scattered. Some escaped, but three groups were driven onto the French coast and destroyed. De Tourville's flagship the 'Soleil Royale' and twelve other ships were burnt.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
Original size: 231 mm x 510 mm
- Image reference: PX6273
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London