Samiksha Jaiswal

1704 in Sweden

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1704 in Sweden

Events from the year 1704 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Charles XII
  • Events

  • 14 May - Russian victory in the Second Battle on Peipus.
  • 15 June - The last execution for witchcraft in Sweden: Anna Eriksdotter is decapitated.
  • 16 June - Battle of Wesenberg (1704)
  • 25 July - Battle of Jakobstadt
  • July 12 – Great Northern War – Charles XII of Sweden forces the election of his ally Stanisław Leszczyński as King of Poland in place of Augustus II the Strong.
  • 9 August - Battle of Poznań (1704)
  • 10 August - Battle of Narva (1704)
  • The enslavement of Lovisa von Burghausen.
  • 28 October - Battle of Poniec
  • Births

  • 1 November - Erland Broman, royal favorite (died 1757)
  • Deaths

  • 15 June - Anna Eriksdotter, last person executed for witchcraft (born 1624)
  • References

    1704 in Sweden Wikipedia


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