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Aert Jansse van Nes
Died  September 14, 1693, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Aert Jansse van Nes (1626 – 13 or 14 September 1693) was a 17th-century Dutch naval commander, notable for commanding the second squadron in the raid on the Medway in 1667.

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He was born at Rotterdam. Three modern ships of the Royal Netherlands Navy have been named after him - a destroyer in 1931, a frigate in 1966 and a multipurpose frigate (F833) in 1992.

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