Battle of Sehested
Infobox Military Conflict
conflict=Battle of Sehested
December 10, 1813
combatant2= flagicon|Prussia|1803 Prussia flagicon|Russia Russia
commander2=flagicon|Sweden General Wallmoden
casualties1=550 Killed or wounded
casualties2=2,000 Killed or wounded
Danish Auxiliary Corpswhich fought on the French side, was pushed back by the allies (Swedish, Prussian, Russian) under Swedish General Wallmoden in early December 1813, but the Danescommanded by Prince of Hessen managed to secure their retreat by the victory in the battle of Sehested.
However, the battle could not change the course of the war which ended in
Denmark’s defeat in 1814.
The Danish causalities were 550 men. The allies lost more than 2,000 men.
Denmark in the Napoleonic Era
Treaty of Kiel
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