Battle of La Rochelle (1419)

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Battle of La Rochelle
Part of the Hundred Years' War
Date December 30, 1419
Location Coast and Port of La Rochelle
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Result Castilian victory
Royal Arms of England (1399-1603).svg Kingdom of England
Hanseatic League
Arms of the Crown of Castile (15th Century).svg Crown of Castile

The naval Battle of La Rochelle 1419 was a battle between a Castilian and an allied English-Hanseatic fleet.[1][2][3] The battle was notable for the use of guns by the Castilian fleet.


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