Year Battle/War Details Trivia
Napoleonic Wars
War of the Third Coalition
1803-05 Napoleons Invasion of England A French failure for Napoleon against the United Kingdom army under the command of Robert Calder. Today, the Boulogne camp's site is marked by a 53 metre-high Column of the Grande Armée (France's tallest such column), built in the 1840s, with a statue of Napoleon on top, panels on the base showing him presenting medals of the Lègion d'Honneur to his troops and surrounded by railings decorated with the golden French Imperial eagle.
1805 Battle of Cape Finisterre The British fleet under Admiral Calder prevented the Franco-Spanish fleet under Admiral de Villeneuve from entering the English Channel to help Napoleon invade Britain.  
1805 Ulm Campaign Napoleon forces surrender of Austrian army under Baron von Leiberich  
1805 Battle of Trafalger Horatio Nelson defeats Villeneuve, signals "England expects every man to do his duty", Nelson killed. Nelson is Emtombed at St Pauls Cathedral, London.
1805 Battle of Caldiero French victory under the command of André Masséna against the Austrians under the command of Archduke Charles.  
1805 Battle of Amstetten French victory under the command of Marshall Murat against the alliance of Austria and Russia.  
1805 Battle of Cape Ortegal

Decisive British victory in the final action of the Trafalger Campaign under the command of Sir Richard Strachan against the French led by Pierre Dumanoir le Pelley.

 
1805 Battle of Durenstein An inconclusive victory between the First French Empire and the alliance of Austria and Russia. Also known as the Battle of Dürrenstein, Battle of Dürnstein or Battle of Diernstein.
1805 Battle of Schongrabern French tactical victory for Joachim Murat. Russian strategic success for Petr Bagration. Also known as the Battle of Hollabrunn
1805 Battle of Austerlitz Napoleon defeats combined Austrian and Russian forces. Also resulted in the abdication of Francis II as Emperor, and dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire. Also known as the Battle of the Three Emperors
1806 Battle of Campo Tenese Decisive French victory under the command of Jean Reynier against the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily. A day after the battle, Joseph Bonaparte became the new king of the French client state of Naples, splitting mainland Naples from Sicily.
1806 Battle of Maida British victory under the command of John Stuart against the French under the command of Jean Reynier. Maida Hill and Maida Vale in London are both named after this battle. The Royal Navy named the recently captured Jupiter HMS Maida.
War of the Fourth Coalition
1806 Battle ofSchleiz Between the Prussians under Bogislav Friedrich Emanuel von Tauentzien and a part of Bernadotte's Corps under the command of Jean-Baptiste Drouet, Comte d'Erlon, resulying in a French victory.  
1806 Battle of Saalfeld French victory under the command of Jean Lannes against the alliance of Prussia and Saxony under command of Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia.  
1806 Battle of Jena-Auerstedt Davout, Napoleon defeat Prussians in separate battles.  
1806 Battle of Lubeck Between French troops under Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte and Prussian forces under Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher. In negotiations with some captured Swedes, Bernadotte first came to the attention of the Swedish authorities. In 1810 he was elected heir to the Swedish throne and later became King Charles XIV John of Sweden.
1806 Greater Poland Uprising Decisive French and Polish victory under the command of Napoleon against the Kingdom of Prussia under command of Frederick William III.  
1806 Battle of Golymin Successful Russian withdrawal  
1806 Battle of Pultusk Indecisive battle between Napoleon and Russians.  
1807 Battle of Eylau Napoleon fights a hard-won bloodbath with Russians, first major check of the Grand Armee. Antoine-Jean Gros painted Napoléon visitant le champ de bataille d'Eylau le 9 février 1807 in Paris in 1808.
1807 Battle of Ostrołęka French victory under the command of Anne Jean Marie René Savary against the Imperial Russia under the command of Ivan Nikolaevich Essen. The battle of Ostrołęka is mentioned at the galerie des batailles at Versailles and on the Arc de Triomphe and is a battle honour of several French regiments.
1807 Siege of Kolberg The siege was not successful and was lifted only when Prussia surrendered to Napoleon Bonaparte in the Peace of Tilsit. The German World War II movie Kolberg (film) was based on this event.
1807 Siege of Danzig French victory for Marshal Lefebvre.  
1807 Battle of Heilsberg Napoleon repulses Russian attack.  
1807 Battle of Friedland Napoleon decisively defeats Russians under Bennigsen.  
Russo-Turkish War
1807 Dardanelles Operation An Ottoman victory under the command of Sultan Selim III against the British Empire under the command of Jihn Thomas Duckworth.  
1807 Battle of Dardanelles Turkish fleet under the command of Sultan Selim III fails to break the Russian blockade of Istanbul under the command of Vice-Admiral Dmitry Senyavin. The book Naval wars in the Levant indicates that Senyavin allowed the Turks to attack Tenedos, while trying to approach from the southeast of this island to cut off their retreat to the Dardanelles, but was unable due to lack of wind, and the battle was a running battle, with the fleets ending up mixed together in the straits that night, eventually separating.
1807 Battle of Arpachai It was fought between a Russian force under Count Gudovich and a Turkish force under Yusuf Pasha. The offensive was repelled by Turkish forces.  
1807 Battle of Athos Russian fleet under Admiral Seniavin defeats Turks in Aegean.  
Finnish War
1808 Battle of Pyhäjoki Russian Victory for Yakov Petrovich Kulnev against Sweden under command of Georg Carl von Döbeln.  
1808 Battle of Siikajoki Georg Carl von Döbeln halts Russian advance The Nyland Regiment distinguised themselves at the battle and today, the Siikajoki Cross can be worn by soldiers of the Uusimaa Brigade, which is the traditional heir.
1808 Battle of Revolax Swedish force under the command of Wilhelm Mauritz Klingspor defeats Russians under the command of Michail Leontjevich Bulatov camped in Finnish town.  
1808 Battle of Pulkkila Swedish force under the command of Johan August Sandels annihilates Russian force under the command of Obuhov in Finland.  
1808 Battle of Lemo Russian defensive victory under the command of Fredrik Vilhelm von Buxhoevden against a Swedish army under the command of Eberhard von Vegesack.  
1808 Battle of Nykarleby Swedish victory led by Carl Johan Adlercreutz against Russia led by Jankovich.  
1808-09 Battle of Vaasa Russian victroy for Demidoff against Sweden led by Johan Bergenstråhle.  
1808 Battle of Lapua Swedish victory for Carl Johan Adlercreutz against Russia led by Nikolai Nikolaievitsch Rayevskij.  
1808 Battle of Kauhajoki Sweden under the command of von Döbeln defeats the Russians.  
1808 Battle of Alavus Swedish victory led by Carl Johan Adlercreutz against colonel Erikson for Russia.  
1808 Battle of Jutas Swedes under von Döbeln intercept and defeat Russians.  
1808 Battle of Oravais Russian forces overwhelm Swedish army.  
1808 Battle of Koljonvirta Swedish victory under the command of Johan August Sandels against Russia led by Nikolai Alexejvitsch Tutschkoff.  
1808 Battle of Ratan and Savar Sävar: Russian victory under the command of Nikolay Mikhailovich Kamensky.
Ratan: Swedish victory under the command of Lieutenant-General Gustav Wachtmeister.
 
Peninsular War Napoleon's campaign
1808 Battle of Pancorbo Indecisive battle between French led by François Joseph Lefebvre and Spanish led by Joaquín Blake.  
1808 Battle of Valmaseda Minor Spanish victory led by Joaquín Blake y Joyes against the French Empire.  
1808 Battle of Burgos French victory led by Jean-Baptiste Bessières against the Spanish led by Vicente Genaro de Quesada. It is said that Bessières personally returned Quesada's sword and had his wounds treated in the French field hospital.
1808 Battle of Espinosa French victory led by Claude Victor, Spanish forces escaped under the command of Joaquín Blake.  
1808 Battle of Tudela Marshal Jean Lannes of the French Empire defeats General Francisco Castaño of the Spanish army. There is a legend about this battle engraved on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
1808 Battle of Somosierra Napoleon defeats Benito de San Juan.  
1808 Battle of Sahagun British victory for Lord Paget against the French Empire led by César Alexandre Debelle. The 15th Hussars were awarded "Sahagun" as a Battle Honour, which is still celebrated today by The Light Dragoons.
1808 Battle of Benavente British victroy for Lord Paget against the French Empire led by Lefebvre-Desnouettes.  
1809 Battle of Castellon Spanish victory for Marqués de Lazán against the French Empire led by Honoré Charles Reille.  
1809 Battle of Corunna A French army under Marshal Soult attacked the British under Sir John Moore, resulting in a French victory. Moore's monolith is in the old battlefield, now a campus of the University of Corunna.
Gunboat War
1807 Battle of Copenhagen Decisive British victory. Danish navy surrendered to Great Britain.  
1808 Battle of Zealand Point Britain defeats Denmark and Norway.  
1808 Battle of Alvøen Dano-Norwegian victory led by Premierløytnant Bielke against Britain led by Post Captain Bettersworth.  
1811 Battle of Anholt British naval victory led by James Wilkes Maurice over Denmark and Norway. In 1848 the Royal Navy issued the Naval General Service Medal 1848 with the bar ‘Anholt 27 March 1811’ to reward this action. Forty men claimed this bar, mainly Royal Marines.
1812 Battle of Lyngor British victory, Danish-Norwegian frigate sunk.  
War of the Fifth Coalition
1809 Battle of Sacile French forces under Eugene de Beauharnais defeated in Italy by Austrians under Archduke John.  
1809 Battle of Teugen-Hausen A French victory of Marshal Louis Nicolas Davout over part of the Austrian Army of Archduke Charles.  
1809 Battle of Raszyn Duchy of Warsaw defeats Austria. On October 14, 1809, the Treaty of Schönbrunn was signed between Austria and France.
1809 Battle of Abensberg Napoleon defeats Austrians in Germany under Archduke Charles.  
1809 Battle of Landshut Marshal Masséna unable to destroy Austrian left wing under Johann Hiller.  
1809 Battle of Eckmuhl Napoleon defeats Archduke Charles, forcing him to withdraw from Bavaria.  
1809 Battle of Ratisbon Archduke Charles makes good retreat in successful rearguard action. Also called the Battle of Regensburg.
1809 Battle of Ebersberg French victory for André Masséna against Austria led by General Johann von Hiller.  
1809 Battle of Piave River between Franco-Italian forces under Prince Eugene de Beauharnais and Austrian forces under General of Cavalry Johann, in north-eastern Italy near the Piave River. The battle ended in a Franco-Italian victory over the Austrians.  
1809 Battle of Aspern-Essling Napoleon's first attempt to cross Danube near Vienna results in serious check by Austrians under Archduke Charles. The battle was the first time Napoleon had been personally defeated in over a decade.
1809 Battle of Bergisel Fought between the forces of French Emperor Napoleon I and Bavaria against Tyrolean militiamen and a few Austrian soldiers, led to a French victory.  
1809 Battle of Raab Between Franco-Italian forces and Austrian-Hungarian forces leading to a Franco-Italian victory.  
1809 Battle of Wagram Napoleon defeats Austrians of Archduke Charles of Austria at great cost, ending war. Avenue de Wagram, one of the avenues leading up to the Arc de Triomphe on the Place de l'Etoile in Paris, France, was renamed after this battle in 1864.
1809 Battle of Gefrees Austrian victory for Michael von Kienmayer against a force of Saxons and Westphalians led by Jérôme Bonaparte.  
1809 Polish-Austrian War A Polish victory for Józef Antoni Poniatowski leading to the Treaty of Schönbrunn.

The Treaty of Schönbrunn is sometimes known as the Treaty of Vienna.

French Invasion Of Russia
1812 Battle of Saltanovka Indecisive French Victory under the command of Louis Nicolas Davout against Russia led by Pyotr Bagration. Also known as Battle of Mogilev.
1812 Battle of Ostrovno French victory under the command of Joachim Murat, King of Naples against the Russian Empire under the command of General Ostermann-Tolstoy.  
1812 Battle of Klyastitsy Minor Russian victory under the command of Prince Peter Wittgenstein over French corps under the command of Nicolas Oudinot.  
1812 Battle of Smolensk Russians under Peter Bagration, de Tolley defeated and retreat.  
1812 First Battle of Polotsk Indecisive battle between Russian and French corps.  
1812 Battle of Valutino Marginal French victory; successful Russian retreat.  
1812 Battle of Borodino Kutuzov retreats after bloody battle. Napoleon enters Moscow. A commemorative 1-ruble coin was released in the USSR in 1987 to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the Battle of Borodino, and four million of them were minted.
1812 Battle of Tarutino Russian victory over Murat's corps. Also known as Battle of Vinkovo or the Battle of Chernishnya.
1812 Battle of Maloyarosla Russians under Docturov defeat French, forcing northern retreat  
1812 Second Battle of Polotsk Russian victory under the command of Prince Peter Wittgenstein against the French Empire under the command of Laurent Gouvion Saint-Cyr.  
1812 Battle of Czasniki Russians defeat French army, commanded by Marshal Victor.  
1812 Battle of Vyazma Russians defeat French indecisively.  
1812 Battle of Smoliani Russian victory over French forces of Victor and Oudinot.  
1812 Battle of Krasnoi Partial Russian victory. Napoleon drives off Russian forces attempting to block retreat. Heroism of Marshal Michel Ney.  
1812 Battle of Berezina French successfully cross river with huge losses, despite being nearly surrounded by two Russian armies, ending retreat from Russia.  
War of the Sixth Coalition
1813 Battle of Lutzen Napoleon defeats Russo-Prussian army of Wittgenstein.  
1813 Battle of Bautzen Napoleon defeats Wittgenstein, who is only able to escape due to Ney's incompetence.  
1813 Battle of Luckau Russian-Prussian Allied forces under Von Bulow defeated a French force under Oudinot.  
1813 Battles of Großbeeren An allied Prussian-Swedish army under Crown Prince Charles John - a former Marshal of France - defeated the French under Marshal Oudinot. In 1833 Theodor Fontane - then a fourteen-year old boy - visited the site of the Battle of Großbeeren and was deeply impressed, later writing a school essay about this battle - the first work known to have been penned by a man who would become a major German writer.
1813 Battle of Katzbach Von Blucher defeats Marshal MacDonald. Because of his victory, Blücher received the title of "Prince of Wahlstatt" on June 3, 1814.
1813 Battle of Dresden Napoleon's last major victory on German soil, over main Allied army of Prince Schwarzenberg.  
1813 Battle of Kulm Marshal Vandamme defeated, captured by Allied forces.  
1813 Battle of Dennewitz Between the forces of the First French Empire and an army of Prussians and Russians of the Sixth Coalition.  
1813 Battle of the Gohrde Between Napoleonic and Coalition troops at Göhrde in Germany. The Napoleonic troops were defeated and withdrew to Hamburg. A large stone monument stands as a memorial to the battle in 1839, at a site now north of Bundesstraße 216 about 2 km behind Oldendorf in Richtung Dannenberg.
1813 Battle of Leipzig Napoleon suffers his greatest defeat ever in the largest battle of the Napoleonic Wars. Also known as Battle of the Nations.
1813 Battle of Hanau Austro-Bavarian army under Prince Wrede unable to cut off French retreat.  
1813 Battle of Sehested Danish victory under the command of Prince of Hessen against Swedish (with Prussian-Russian battalions) under the command of General Wallmolden.  
1814 Battle of Brienne Napoleon defeats Blücher's Prussians. The "Brienner Straße" (Brienne Street) in the Bavarian capital Munich is named after the battle to commemorate the Bavarian contribution in the battle.
1814 Battle of La Rothiere French under Napoleon manage to hold back an overwhelming force of Prussians until nightfall, where then they withdraw from the field. La Rothière was Napoleon's first defeat on French soil.
1814 Battle of the Mincio River Indecisive battle between the French under Eugène de Beauharnais and the Austrians under Field Marshal Heinrich von Bellegarde.  
1814 6 Days Campaign Decisive French tactical victory, though strategically insignificant for Napoleon.  
1814 Battle of the Mormans Resulted in the victory of the French under Napoleon Bonaparte against the Russians and Württembergers under Count Pahlen.  
1814 Battle of Montereau Victory of the French under Napoleon Bonaparte against Austrians and the Württembergeois under Royal Prince of Württemberg.  
1814 Battle of Bar-sur-Aube The French were led by Jacques MacDonald, while the Austrians and their Bavarian allies were led by Karl Philipp Fürst zu Schwarzenberg. The Austrians were victorious.  
1814 Battle of Croanne A French victory under Napoleon I against Russians and Prussians under General Blücher. The young French conscripted soldiers were called "Marie-Louise" (Napoleon's second wife name) because many were too young to have a beard.
1814 Battle of Laon victory of Blücher's Prussian army over Napoleon's French army near Laon.  
1814 Battle of Reims Between the French Empire and a Russian-Prussian force. The French, led by Napoleon Bonaparte, were victorious.  
1814 Battle of Arcis-sur-Aube Encountering Field Marshal Schwarzenberg's larger Austrian force, Napoleon Bonaparte withdrew his French army after confused fighting.  
1814 Battle of Fère-Champenoise The French were led by Auguste Marmont, while the Coalition forces were led by Karl Philipp Fürst zu Schwarzenberg. Schwarzenberg was victorious.  
1814 Battle of Saint-Dizier This is notable as Napoleon's last victory before his final defeat.  
1814 Battle of Montmartre Allied forces enter Paris, force surrender of Marmont, Mortier. Napoleon abdicates soon after; goes to Elba.  
1814 Battle of Paris The French defeat led directly to the abdication of Napoleon I.  
War of the Seventh Coalition - Waterloo Campaign
1815 Battle of Quatre Bras Ney fights indecisive battle against Duke of Wellington.  
1815 Battle of Ligny Napoleon defeats Prussians under Blücher.  
1815 Battle of Waterloo The Clash of the Titans: Emperor Napoleon and the Duke of Wellington square off in the final battle of the Napoleonic Wars. A "Damn near-run thing", with the Prussians and British just barely suppressing the final fight of the French Military Machine. Lord Uxbridge's leg was shattered by a grape-shot at the Battle of Waterloo and removed by a surgeon. The amputated limb went on to lead a somewhat macabre after-life as a tourist attraction in the village of Waterloo in Belgium
1815 Battle of Wavre Marshal Grouchy, assigned to prevent Blücher from joining Wellington, fights mildly successful battle against Blücher's rearguard.  
War of the Seventh Coalition - Neopolitan War
1815 Battle of Panaro A victory for King Joachim Murat's Neopolitan forces over a smaller Austrian force under Frederick Bianchi. Also known as Battle of Modena or Battle of Castelfranco.
1815 Battle of Occhiobello Joachim Murat, King of Naples was repulsed by an Austrian force under the command of Johann Frimont whilst trying to cross the bridge over the Po River at Occhiobello.  
1815 Battle of Carpi Between a brigade of Neapolitan soldiers under the command of Guglielmo Pepe and an Austrian force under the command of Frederick Bianchi. Resulting in an Austrian victory.  
1815 Battleof Casaglia Between an Austrian force under the command of Johann Freiherr von Mohr and a Neapolitan force under their king, Joachim Murat. Leading to an Austrian victory.  
1815 Batte of Ronco An Austrian victory for Adam Albert von Neipperg against the Kingdom of Naples under the command of Joachim Murat.  
1815 Battle of Cesenatico The main Neapolitan army, commanded by their king, Joachim Murat, was defeated by Austians under the command of Adam Albert von Neipperg.  
1815 Battle of Pesaro Austrian victory under the command of Adam Albert von Neipperg against Kingdom of Naples under the command of Joachim Murat.  
1815 Battle of Scapezzano Between an Austrian corps under Adam Albert von Neipperg and Neapolitan division under Michele Carascosa.  
1815 Battle of Tolentino Decisive Austrian victory for Frederick Bianchi. Austria and Naples conclude the Treaty of Casalanza, restoring Ferdinand IV to the throne.
1815 Battle of Castel di Sangro The battle resulted in the Neapolitan force being routed by the Austrians.  
1815 Battle of San Germano Was the final battle in the Neapolitan War between an Austrian force commanded by Laval Nugent von Westmeath who was victorious and the King of Naples, Joachim Murat. Also known as the Battle of Mignano
Greek War of Independence
1821 Battle of Alamana An Ottoman victory for Omer Vryonis against the Greeks under the command of Athanasios Diakos.  
1821 Battle of Gravia Decisive Greek victory for Odysseas Androutsos against the Ottoman Empire.  
1821 Battle of Valtetsi Decisive Greek victory for Theodoros Kolokotronis against the Ottoman Empire.  
1821 Battle of Doliana Greek victory for Nikitaras  
1821 Battle of Dragashani Between the Ottoman forces of Sultan Mahmud II who were victorious and the Greek Filiki Etaireia insurgents. Also known as Battle of Dragasani, Battle of Drăgăşani.
1821 Battle of Skuleni Between the Ottoman forces of Sultan Mahmud II who were victorious and Greek Filiki Eteria forces led by Prince George Catakouzenos. After the battle, all Greek uprisings in the Danubian Principalities and other northern areas subject to the Ottoman Empire ceased.
1821 Siege of Tripolitsa Decisive Greek victory under the command of Theodoros Kolokotronis. Also known as Fall of Tripolitsa
1822 Battle of Chios Greek rebel fleet under Constantine Kanaris defeats Turkish fleet of Kara Ali. Also known as Chios Massacre
1822 Battle of Peta Between the Greeks (with Philhellenes) led by Prince Alexander Mavrocordatos (with Markos Botsaris) and the Ottomans who were victorious led by Omer Vryonis.  
1822 Battle of Dervenakia Greek revolutionaries under Theodoros Kolokotronis, Papaflessas and Nikitaras crush Dramali Pasha's Ottoman army.  
1823 Battle of Karpenisi Greek troops under Marco Bozzaris defeat Turkish force under Mustai Pasha heading to reinforce Turkish troops besieging Messolonghi.  
1824 Battle of Samos Greek Naval victory for Georgios Sachtouris against the Ottoman Navy under the command of Hüsrev Pasha.  
1824 Battle of Gerontas Greek Naval victory for Admiral Andreas Miaoulis against the Ottoman Navy under the command of Koca Mehmed Hüsrev Pasha.  
1825 Battle of Sphacteria Egyptian victory for Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt against the Greek Revolutionaries under the command of Captain Tsamados.  
1825 Battle of Maniaka Egyptian victory for Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt against the Greek Revolutionaries under the command of Papaflessas.  
1825 Battle of Lerna Mills Between the Egyptian forces of Ibrahim Pasha and Greek forces who were victorious led by Captain Ioannis Makrygiannis and Konstantinos Mavromichalis.  
1826 Battle of Arachova Between forces under the command of Mustafa Bey and Greek irregulars under Georgios Karaiskakis.  
1827 Battle of Kamatero Between the Ottoman forces of Reşid Mehmed Pasha who were victorious and Greek irregulars led by French Colonel Denis Bourbaki.  
1827 Battle of Phaleron Decisive Ottoman victory under the command of Mehmed Reshid Pasha against the Greeks under the command of Lord Cochrane.  
1827 Battle of Navarino Joint British, French, Russian fleets, under Admirals Codrington, Rigny, and Heiden, destroy Turko-Egyptian fleet of Tahir Pasha off Greek coast.  
1829 Battle of Petra Decisive Greek victory under the command of Demetrios Ypsilantis against the Ottoman Empire under the command of Alsan Bey.  
November Uprising
1831 Battle of Stoczek Polish victory for Józef Dwernicki against Imperial Russia under the command of Teodor Geismar.  
1831 Battle of Bialoleka Polish counterattack succeeds, forcing Russian attack to be moved up one day.  
1831 Battle of Olszynka Grochowska No decisive victory between Imperial Russia and the Polish. It is notable that the battle hymn sung by the Polish troops during the engagement, the Song of Polish Legions is since then regarded as the Polish national anthem.
1831 Battle of Debe Wielkie Polish victory for Jan Skrzynecki against Imperial Russia under the command of Grigoriy Vladimirovich Rosen.  
1831 Battle of Iganie Polish victory under the command of Ignacy Prądzyński against Imperial Russia under the command of Grigoriy Vladimirovich Rosen.  
1831 Battle of Ostroleka Russians under Diebitsch fight indecisive battle against Poles of Jan Skrzynecki. The battle became one of the symbols of the failed uprising. Julius Mosen, a German poet and writer, commemorated the 4th Regiment in his poem Die letzten Zehn vom vierten Regiment (The last 10 of the 4th Regiment), later widely-translated onto several languages.
1831 Battle of Rajgrod Between Poland and Imperial Russia. Poles were victorious.  
1831 Battle of Warsaw Russians under Paskievich defeat Poles under Dembinski and stamp out revolt.  
Texas Revolution
1835 Battle of Gonzales Mexican withdrawal; beginning of Texian rebellion against the Mexican government The battle is reenacted during Come and Take It Days in Gonzales every October.In and around Gonzales are nine Texas historical markers which commemorate various locations used in the prelude to the battle.
1835 Battle of Goliad Texian victory under of the command of George Collingsworth against the Mexicans under the command of Juan López Sandoval.  
1835 Battle of Lipantitlan Between the Mexican Army and Texian insurgents who were victorious. Also known as the Battle of Nueces Crossing.
1835 Battle of Concepcion Texians defeat Mexicans under Martin Perfecto de Cós.  
1835 Grass Fight Texians, thinking a Mexican pack train is carrying silver, capture it but only end up with grass.  
1835 Siege of Bexar Texians successfully besiege and defeat Mexicans. Also known as Siege of Bejar
1836 Battle of San Patricio Texian expedition into Mexico thwarted.  
1836 Battle of Agua Dulce Mexican victory for José de Urrea  
1836 Battle of the Alamo General Santa Anna for the Republic of Mexico defeats Texians. Wm. Travis and Davy Crockett killed in siege. A number of songwriters have been inspired by the Battle of the Alamo. Tennessee Ernie Ford's "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" spent 16 weeks on the country music charts, peaking at number 4 in 1955. Marty Robbins recorded a version of the song "The Ballad of the Alamo" in 1960 which spent 13 weeks on the pop charts, peaking at number 34.
1836 Battle of Refugio Infighting amongst Texans leads to defeat.  
1836 Battle of Coleto Col. James Fannin and Texans defeated and captured by Mexicans of General Jose de Urrea. Later massacred by Santa Anna. An obelisk commemorating the war is at Fannin Battleground State Historic Site.
1836 Battle of Brazos Santiago Texian naval forces are victorious over Mexican naval forces.  
1836 Battle of San Jacinto Decisive Texan victory; Mexican surrender and retreat south of Rio Grande. Sam Houston became a national celebrity, and the Texans' rallying cries, "Remember the Alamo!" and "Remember Goliad!" became etched into Texas history and legend.
1837 Battle of Brazos River Mexican naval victory for Commodore Lopez against Texan navy under the command of Captain George W. Wheelwright.  
1837 Battle of Galveston Harbor Mexican naval victory against Texan navy.  
1843 Naval Battle of Campeche Texas and Yucatan tactical victory, Mexican strategic victory  
Patriotes Rebellion
1837 Battle of Saint-Denis Canadian rebels under Wolfred Nelson defeat British under the command of Charles Stephen Gore.  
1837 Battle of Saint-Charles British defeat Canadian rebels.  
1837 Battle of Saint-Eustache British capture and ransack village. The church was burnt and destroyed, except for the facade, which still exists today. The rest of the church has been rebuilt. The facade still shows the marks of British cannon impacts.
1838 Battle of Lacole Between Loyal volunteer forces under the command of Major John Scriver who were victorious and Lower Canada rebels under Colonel Ferdinand-Alphonse Oklowski.  
1838 Battle of Odeltown Between Loyal volunteer forces under the command of Lewis Odell and Charles McAllister and Lower Canada rebels under Robert Nelson, Médard Hébert and Charles Hindelang. The Patriote rebels were defeated in this battle.  
1838 Battle of Beauharnois Between Great Britain and Canadian rebels, Britain were victorious.  
First Anglo-Sikh War
1845 Battle of Mudki Sikh forces invading British India defeated by force under the command of Sir Hugh Gough.  
1845 Battle of Ferozeshah British forces under the command of Gough and Hardinge, Governor-General, defeat Sikhs under Lal Singh in hard-fought battle.  
1846 Battle of Aliwal Sikh forces under the command of Runjoor Singh defeated by British under Sir Harry Smith.  
1846 Battle of Sobraon British forces under the command Gough decisively defeat Sikhs, and Punjab becomes British protectorate.  
Mexican-American War
1846 Thornton Affair Was a battle between the military forces of the United States and Mexico. Also known as Thornton Skirmish and Thornton's Defeat.
1846 Siege of Fort Texas Mexican siege on U.S. fort unsuccessful. Also known as Siege of Fort Brown
1846 Battle of Palo Alto US Gen. Zachary Taylor defeats Mexicans under Mariano Arista. The battlefield is now Palo Alto Battlefield National Historic Sit and is maintained by the National Park Service.
1846 Battle of Resaca de la Palma Taylor attacks Arista's retreating Mexicans.  
1846 Battle of Monterey United States naval forces under Commodore John D. Sloat, in command of the United States Pacific Squadron, opposed a small group of Mexican Coast Guard  
1846 Battle of Santa Fe An American victory under the command of Stephen Watts Kearny against Mexico under the command of Governor Manuel Armijo. Also known as Capture of Cañoncito
1846 Battle of Monterrey Mexicans under Pedro de Ampudia defeated by Taylor's US forces in hard-fought battle  
1846 Battle of Tabasco Commodore Matthew C. Perry fights inconclusive battle with Mexicans under Juan B. Traconis.  
1846 Battle of Chino Mexican victory under the command of José del Carmen Lugo against the United States under the command of Benjamin Davis Wilson.  
1846 Battle of Dominguez Jose Antonio Carrillo leads Californio forces in victory against 350 US Marines and sailors near Los Angeles.  
1846 Battle of San Pasqual US Cavalry General Stephen Kearny's dragoons are defeated by Californio forces, led by Andrés Pico near San Diego. Captain Benjamin D. Moore, who fell during the battle, was honored by the dedication and naming of Fort Moore in Los Angeles, California, which was memorialized with the Fort Moore Hill Pioneer Memorial.
1846 Battle of El Brazito U.S victory under the command of Colonel Alexander W. Doniphan against Mexico.  
1847 Battle of Rio Gabriel An American victory under the command of Robert F. Stockton against Mexico under the command of José Mariá Flores. A memorial, marked by a plaque flanked by two cannons, is located at the corner of Washington Blvd. and Bluff Rd. in Montebello. Volunteers in costume re-enact the battle annually.
1847 Battle of La Mesa Kearny, Stockton and Fremont's combined US forces, defeat the Californio's in the climactic battle for California.  
1847 Battle of Canada An American victory under the command of Sterling Price against Mexican Insurgents under the command of Pablo Chavez.  
1847 Battle of Mora An American victroy under the command of Israel R. Hendley against Mexican Insurgents under the command of Manuel Cortez.  
1847 Battle of Embudo Pass An American victory under the command of John Burgwin against the Mexican/Indians.  
1847 Battle of Buena Vista Taylor's outnumbered men trounce Santa Anna's Mexicans Buena Vista County, Iowa, in 1859, was named in honor of the battle, as was Buena Vista Township, in Michigan's Saginaw County, and the cities of Buena Vista, Virginia, Buena Vista Oregon, and Buena Vista, Alabama, in northern Monroe County.
1847 Battle of Sacramento US forces under Alexander Doniphan defeat Mexican force near Chihuahua.  
1847 Siege of Veracruz An American victory under the command of Winfield Scott.  
1847 Battle of Cerro Gordo An American victory under the command of Winfield Scott against the Mexicans. Also known as Battle od Sierra Gordo. Sierra Gordo is one of the countries in which the fictional character G.I. Joe fights.
1847 Battle of Tuxpan An American victory under the command of Matthew C. Perry against the Mexicans.  
1847 Battle of Contreras Scott's forces storm Mexican position defending Mexico City. Also known as Battle of Padierna.
1847 Battle of Churubusco Another US force storms other main Mexican position defending capital. Parts of the battle were portrayed in the mini-series North and South, as well as the film One Man's Hero.
1847 Battle of Molino del Rey Scott defeats Mexican force defending fortification in hard-fought battle.  
1847 Battle of Chapultepec Scott takes fortified hill by storm in climactic battle of war. Marine Corps tradition maintains that the red stripe worn on the trousers of the Blue Dress uniform of officers and noncommissioned officers, commonly known as the “blood stripe,” commemorates those Marines killed storming the castle of Chapultepec in 1847. Although the use of stripes predates the Mexican War, in 1849 the color was changed to red.
1847 Battle for Mexico City Decisive American victory under the command of Winfield Scott against Mexico.  
1847 Battle of Huamantla U.S. victory, end of Santa Anna's military career.  
1847 Siege of Puebla Puebla taken by Winfield Scott.  
1848 Battle of Santa Cruz de Rosales

An American victory under the command of Sterling Price against Mexico under the command of Angel Trias.

 
Hungarian Revolution of 1848
1848 Battle of Pakozd Hungarian forces defeat Austrian army of Count Jellachich  
1848 Battle of Mor Hungary - Alfred, Prince of Windisch-Graetz defeats a Hungarian detachment under Mór Perczel  
1849 Battle of Kapolna Hungarian forces under Henry Dembinski defeated by Austrians under the Prince of Windisch-Graetz.  
1849 Battle of Segesvar Hungarian forces under Józef Bem defeated by Russians, Austrians under general Luders and general Dick  
1849 Battle of Temesvar Austrian forces under Haynau defeat Hungarians under Artúr Görgey, Bem in final battle of war.  
Crimean War
1853 Battle of Oltenitza A Turkish army under the command of Omar Pasha defeated the Russian forces.  
1853 Battle of Sinop Imperial Russian ships of the line struck and annihilated a patrol force of Ottoman frigates anchored in the harbor.  
1854 Battle of Kurekdere A Russian victory against the Ottoman Empire.  
1854 Battle of Petropavlov Russian victory under the command of Vasily Zavoyko against the Alliance of Britain and France under the command of Auguste Febvrier-Despointes & David Price.  
1854 Battle of Alma British and French defeat Russians A popular folk ballad of the time, The Heights of Alma, celebrates the battle.
1854 Battle of Sevastopol Allies capture the city. The British sent a pair of cannons seized at Sevastopol to each of the most important cities in the Empire. Others are generally believed to have been melted down and used to make Victoria Cross medals
1854 Battle of Balaclava Charge of the Light Brigade on Crimea under Cardigan.  
1854 Battle of Inkerman An Allied victory under the command of Lord Raglan.  
1855 Battle of Eupatoria An Allied naval victory under the command of Omar Pasha.  
1853-56 Battle of Taganrog Russian victory under the command of Yegor Tolstoy against an Alliance of France and Britain. Mansion of Ioannis Varvakis that was known as the House with Bullets as the building was filled with bullets and cannon balls during the siege in 1855.
1855 Batle of Chernaya River Piedmont aids British in defeat of Russia. Tolstoy vented his anger by composing some satiric stanzas. His humorous song soon gained widespread popularity among the Russian soldiers. It is the only piece of verse Tolstoy is known to have written.
1855 Siege of Kars Russians defeat Turks.  
1855 Battle of Malakoff French victory under the command of General MacMahon against an alliance of Russia and Bulgaria.  
1855 Battle of Kinburn An Allied victory under the command of Francois Achille Bazaine against the Russians. Also known as Battle of Kil-Bouroun
Indian Rebellion of 1857
1857 Battle of Badli-ki-Sera A British and Gurkha force defeated a force of sepoys who had rebelled against the British East India Company. The British victory.  
1857 Siege of Delhi Decisive British victory under the command of Major General Archdale Wilson against the Mughal Empire.  
1857 Battle of Najafgarh British victory for Brigadier John Nicholson against the Mughal Empire.  
1857 Battle of Agra Indian rebels attacked a column of British troops which had relieved a garrison at Agra, but although they surprised the column, they were defeated and dispersed.  
1857 Siege of Cawnpore Surrender and killing of the besieged British, followed by recapture of Cawnpore and violent reprisals by the Company forces.  
1857 Battle of Chinhat British troops retreat to Lucknow during the Indian Rebellion  
1857 Siege of Lucknow Lucknow besieged by rebels, relieved, besieged again, and relieved for a second time.  
1857 Cental India Campaign A small British and Indian Army (from the Bombay Presidency) overcame a disunited collection of states in a single rapid campaign.  
Second Italian War of Independence
1859 Battle of Montebello Austrians under the command of Stadion are defeated despite superior numbers.  
1859 Battle of Varese Sardinian victory under the command of Giuseppe Garibaldi against the Austrians under the command of Karl Urban.  
1859 Battle of Palestro Franco-Piedmontese victory over Austria.  
1859 Battle of Magenta Franco-Sardinian victory for Emperor Napoleon III against the Austrian Empire under the command of Feldmarschall Ferencz Gyulaj.  
1859 Battle of Solferino Resulted in the victory of the allied French Army under Napoleon III and Sardinian Army under Victor Emmanuel II (together known as the Franco-Sardinian Alliance) against the Austrian Army under Emperor Franz Joseph IStarted the birth of the Red Cross. Battle of Solferino was depicted also in a 2006 television drama Henry Dunant: Du rouge sur la croix (English title: "Henry Dunant: Red on the Cross"), which tells a story of signing Geneva Conventions and founding Red Cross.
Spanish-Moroccan conflicts
1859 African War Treaty of Tangiers: Morocco recognizes Spanish sovereignty over Ceuta and Melilla, cedes Sidi Ifni to Spain, pays war reparations of Pts. 100 million.  
1893 Rif War of 1893 Treaty of Fez: Morocco pays war reparations of 20 million pesetas and pledges to pacify northern provinces. Also called the Melilla War or the Magallo War. Melilla hinterlands ceded to Spain.
1909 The second Rif War Spanish were defeated.  
1920-26 Rif War of 1920 Spanish-French victory Dissolution of the Republic of the Rif. Also called the Second Moroccan War.
1957-58 Ifni War Franco-Spanish victory. Treaty of Angra de Cintra: Morocco recognizes Spanish rights to Ifni and the Spanish Sahara. Sometimes called the Forgotten War.
1975 The Green March A strategic mass demonstration in November 1975, coordinated by the Moroccan government, to force Spain to hand over the disputed, autonomous semi-metropolitan Spanish Province of Sahara to Morocco.  
2002 Perejil Island crisis Status quo ante. The two countries continue to dispute sovereignty of the island.
Franco-Prussian War
1870 Battle of Wissembourg German victory against the French.  
1870 BAttle of Spicheren Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz leads Prussians to victory over the French.  
1870 Battle of Worth German Crown Prince defeats French forces.  
1870 BAttle of Borny-Colombey Tactical French victory under the command of François Bazaine against the Prussinas under the command of Karl Friedrich von Steinmetz.  
1870 Siege of Strasbourg French surrendered the fortress to the Germans.  
1870 Siege of Toul French surrendered to the Germans.  
1870 Battle of Mars-la-Tour Prussian victory under the command of Constantin von Alvensleben against the French under the command of François Bazaine.  
1870 Battle of gravelotte Prussian strategic victory and French tactical victory  
1870 Siege of Metz François Achille Bazaine forced to surrender.  
1870 Battle of Beaumont Prussian victory under the command of George of Saxony against the French under the command of Pierre Louis Charles de Failly.  
1870 Battle of Noiseville Prussian victory under the command of Frederick Charles against the French under the command of François Achille Bazaine.  
1870 Battle of Sedan Decisive German victory against the French. In recognition of the role this battle played in German Unification, many Germans celebrated Sedantag (Day of Sedan) on each 2 September until 1919. The Kaiser himself refused to declare 2 September as an official holiday; instead, it became an unofficial day of celebration.
1870 Battle of Bellevue Prussian victory over the French  
1870 BAttle of Coulmiers French victory under the command of Jean-Baptiste d'Aurelle against the Bavarians under the command of Ludwig von der Tann.  
1870 Battle of Havana An indecisive battle between North German Confederation and the french.  
1870 Battle of Amiens Prussina victory under the command of Edwin Freiherr von Manteuffel against the French under the command of Gerneral Faure.  
1870 Battle of Beaune-la-Rolande Prussian victory for Konstantin Bernhard von Voigts-Rhetz against the French led by General Crouzat.  
1870 Battle of Villepion French victory under the command of General Antoine Chanzy against Bavarian army under the command of General Ludwig von der Tann-Rathsamhausen.  
1870 Battle of Beaugency Prussian victory under the command of Frederick Francis II against the French under the command of General Chanzy. Also known as Battle of Beaugency-Cravant or the Battle of Villorceau-Josnes
1870 Battle of Hallue The French assumed the offensive, but with no decisive result. Therefor the battle was classed as stalemate.  
1871 Battle of Bapaume Prussian strategic victory under the command of Edwin Freiherr von Manteuffel against the French under the command of Louis Faidherbe.  
1871 Battle of Vellersexel French victory led by Charles Denis Bourbaki against the Prussians.  
1871 Battle of Le Mans Prussian victory under the command of Prince Friedrich Karl against the French led by Antoine Chanzy/  
1871 Battle of the Lisaine French efforts to lift the Siege of Belfort fail.  
1871 Battle of St.Quentin Prussians under the command of August Karl von Goeben defeat French led by Louis Faidherbe.  
1870-71 Siege of Paris Decisive German victory under the command of Wilhelm I of Germany against the French led by Louis Jules Trochu. The preliminary peace treaty was signed at Versailles and the final peace treaty was signed with the Treaty of Frankfurt on May 10, 1871.
Great Sioux War of 1876-77
1876 Battle pf Powder River Tactical U.S victory under the command of Joseph J. Reynolds against the Cheyenne Native Americans under the command of Little Wolf. In 1951, Hollywood produced a fictional movie loosely based upon the historical battle, starring Van Heflin, Yvonne De Carlo, Jack Oakie, and Rock Hudson. The movie was released in the United States under the name Tomahawk, and entitled Battle of Powder River in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
1876 Battle of The Rosebud U.S. victory over Crazy Horse, but George Crook is delayed, preventing him from uniting with Custer. The battlesite is preserved at the Rosebud Battlefield State Park in Big Horn County, Montana.
1876 Battle of Little Big Horn Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse of Sioux defeat Custer in Montana The site was first preserved as a national cemetery in 1879, to protect graves of the 7th Cavalry troopers buried there.
1876 Battle of Warbonnet Creek U.S. victory over Lone Wolf's forces, famous duel between Buffalo Bill Cody and a Cheyenne warrior he mistook for Yellow Hand.  
1876 Battle of Slim Buttes Crazy Horse defeated by U.S. Cavalry forces. The Slim Buttes battle site is on private land. A nearby monument commemorates the fighting.
1876 Battle of Cedar Creek Tactical U.S victory under the command of Nelson A. Miles against the Lakota's under the command of Sitting Bull. Also known asBig Dry Creek or Big Dry River.
1876 Dull Knife Fight U.S victory for Ranald S. Mackenzie against the Cheyenne's undere the command of Dull Knife.  
1877 Battle of Wolf Mountain Tactical draw and strategic U.S victory. Also known as Battle of the Wolf Mountains, Miles's Battle on the Tongue River, and the Battle of the Butte
Russo-Turkish War
1877 Battle of Kizil Tepe A victory for the Ottomans against the Russians.  
1877 Battle of Svistov Russian Victory. The Russians were made ready to attack Nikopol.  
1877 Battle of Nikopol Russian forces capture city under the command of General Nikolai Kridener Also known as the Battle of Nicopolis
1877 Battle of Shikpa Pass (1st) Joseph Gourko seizes pass from Suleiman Pasha.  
1877 Battle of Shikpa Pass (2nd) Ottomans unable to retake pass.  
1877 Battle of Lovcha The Russians under the command of Mikhail Skobelev defeats the Ottomans under the command of Osman Pasha Also known as Battle of Loftcha.
1877 Battle of Shikpa Pass (3rd) Suleiman Pasha fails in a second Turkish attempt to retake the pass.  
1877 Battle of Gorni Dubnik Russian victory for Joseph Gourko against Ottoman Empire Achmet Hefzi Pasha.  
1877 Battle of Kars Russian forces capture city.  
1877 Siege of Pleven Russians, after reverses, defeat Ottomans Also known as Battle of Plevna
1877 Battle of Tashkessen Russian victory under the command of General Kourlov against the Ottomans under the command of Valentine Baker.  
1878 Battle of Shikpa Pass (4th) Russians led byFyodor Radetzky defeat Ottomans led by Suleiman Pasha.  
1878 Battle of Plovdiv Ottomans forced to retreat to Constantinople.  
Anglo-Zulu War
1879 Battle of Isandlwana Zulu combined army annihilates British-led force There is a Memorial erected at the site commemorating the fallen Zulu impi at Isandlwana Hill, which is visible in the background.
1879 Battle of Rorke's Drift A small, heavily outnumbered British force defeats the Zulus in one of Britain's finest hours. Eleven Victoria Crosses were awarded to the British defenders, the most ever received in a single action by one regiment, seven to soldiers of the 24th.
1879 Battle of Intombe Zulu army destroys small British force in an ambush. Also known as Battle of Intombi or Intombi River Drift.
1879 Battle of Hlobane British suffer yet another disaster at Zulu hands on the mountain of Hlobane Lieutenant D’Arcy of the Frontier Light Horse was recommended for the Victoria Cross but denied on the grounds of him being a colonial. This was later rectified.
1879 Battle of Kambula Zulu Impi defeated in an attack on a British laager in Britain's first major victory in the war.  
1879 Battle of Gingindlovu British defeat Zulu.  
1879 Battle of Ulundi Decisive British victory at Zulu capital, which marked the end of Anglo-Zulu War.  
First Boer War
1880 Action at Bronkhorstspruit Transvaal Boers led byFrans Joubert defeat British led by Lieutenant-Colonel Anstruther.  
1881 Battle of Laings Nek Boer victory, British gunfire holds Boers back long enough to allow retreat. Laing’s Nek is memorable as the last occasion that a British regiment took its colours into action.
1881 Battle of Schuinshoogte Rain stops the battle before British reinforcements arrive, Boer victory.  
1881 Battle at Majuba Hill Boer victory over British, George Pomeroy Colley killed.  
The Mahdist War
(War of the Sudan)
1883 Battle of El Obeid Sudan under the command of Mohammed Ahmed wipes out Anglo-Egyptians under the command of Hicks Pasha controlling Sudan. The battle features in Henry Newbolt's poem 'Vitai Lampada' in the lines:
"The sand of the desert is sodden red, --
Red with the wreck of a square that broke; --"
1884 Battle of El Teb Mahdi forces battle Egyptian then British forces.  
1884 Battle of Tamai British forces under Sir Gerald Graham defeat a Mahdi army under Osman Digna, despite the successful breaking of an infantry square. Also known as Battle of Tamanieh
1884 Siege of Khartoum After a 10-month siege, the Mahdi capture the city from the British, slaughtering the garrison and its commander, Chinese Gordon, as well as 4,000 inhabitants The Siege of Khartoum is the setting for Wilbur Smith's novel "The Triumph of the Sun", pub. 2005
1885 Battle of Tofrek Battle between the British forces under the leadership of General Gerald Graham and General John McNeil, against the Mahdist forces led by Osman Digna in the deserts of eastern Sudan.  
1885 Battle of Abu Klea British victory under the command of Herbert Stewart against the Mahdists under the command of Muhammad Ahmad  
1885 Battle of Kirbekan British victory under the command of William Earle against the Mahdists.  
1888 Battle of Suakin British victory under the command of Francis Grenfell against the Mahdists under the command of Osman Digna.  
1889 Battle of Toski Egyptian/British Victory under the command of Francis Grenfell against the Mahdists under the command of Wad el Nujumi (K.I.A.)  
1894 Battle of Kassala Italian victory under the command of Oreste Baratieri against the Mahdists.  
1896 Battle of Ferkeh British/Egyptian victory led bySir Herbert Kitchener against the Mahdists led by Osman Azrak Hammuda (K.I.A.)  
1898 Battle of Atbara British and Egyptian victory led by Horatio Herbert Kitchener against the Mahdists led by Mahmud Ahmed.  
1898 Battle of Omdurman British under Kitchener ambushed by Sudanese dervishes. Winston Churchill was present at the battle and he rode with the 21st Lancers. He published an account in 1899 as "The River War: An Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan", which is the basis for this article.
1899 Battle of Umm Diwaykarat Decisive British/Egyptian victory led by Gen. Francis Reginald Wingate against Sudan led by Abdallahi ibn Muhammad  
North-West Rebellion
1885 Battle of Duck Lake Gabriel Dumont wins a victory for the Métis people Canadian band Portico wrote the song "Battle of Duck Lake" about the battle.
1885 Frog Lake Massacre Cree Warriors attacked the village and killed most of the settlers. Wandering Spirit, Round the Sky, Bad Arrow, Miserable Man, Iron Body, Little Bear, Crooked Leg and Man Without Blood were responsible for the massacre, they were later convicted and hanged.
1885 Battle of Fort Pitt A Cree victory under the command of Big Bear agianst the Dominion of Canada led by Francis Dickens. Fort Pitt, the scene of the Battle of Fort Pitt, is a Provincial Park and National Historic site where a National Historic Sites and Monuments plaque designates where Treaty six was signed.
1885 Battle of Fish Creek A Metis victory under the command of Gabriel Dumont against the Dominion of Canada led by Frederick Middleton.  
1885 Battle of Cut-Knife Cree–Assiniboine victory under the command of Fine Day against the Dominion of Canada under the command of William Otter. At Cutknife is the world's largest tomahawk, the Poundmaker Historical Centre and Big Bear monument erected by cairn erected by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. There is also now, correctly located, a cairn erected upon Cut Knife Hill the look site of the Poundmaker Battle site and Battle River valley.
1885 Battle of Batoche Decisive Dominion victory under the command of Frederick Middleton against the Metis under the command of Gabriel Dumont. Following the battle, several Canadian soldiers from Millbrook, Ontario, took the bell from the Batoche church back to Ontario as a prize.
1885 Battle of Frenchmans Butte Cree victory under the command of Wandering Spirit against the Dominion of Canada under the command of Thomas Bland Strange. Frenchman Butte is a National Historic Site of Canada, which locates the theatre of the 1885 battle staged between Cree and Canadian troops.
1885 Battle of Loon Lake A Dominion victory under the command of Sam Steele against Cree led by Big Bear. The Battle of Loon Lake is commemorated today by interpretive signs placed by the Government of Saskatchewan and a plaque placed by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada.
Spanish - American War
Pacific Theatre
1898 Battle of Manila Bay Decisive U.S victory under the command of George Dewey against the Kingdom of Spain under the command of Patricio Montojo y Pasarón. In recognition of George Dewey's leadership during the Battle of Manila Bay, a special medal known as the Dewey Medal was presented to the officers and sailors under Admiral Dewey's command.
1898 Capture of Guam U.S captured Guam under the command of Henry Glass.  
1898 Battle of Manila Filipino/American victory led by Emilio Aguinaldo against the Kingdom of Spain led by Fermín Jaudenes.  
1899 Siege of Baler Baler held beyond official cessation of hostilities and cession of Philippine Islands, Failure of American relief efforts, Negotiated armistice June 2, 1899. The Siege of Baler is portrayed in the 1945 Spanish film Los últimos de Filipinas.[5] and in the 2008 Filipino film Baler.
Cuban Campaign
1898 Battle of Cardenas Spanish victory under the command of Antonio Pérez Rendón against the US navy under the command of Chapman C. Todd.  
1898 Battle of Cienfuegos Indecisive battle between the Kingdom of Spain and the USA. Fifty-two sailors and marines were awarded the Medal of Honor for "setting an example of extraordinary bravery and coolness under fire."
1898 Battle of Guantánamo Bay An American victory under the command of Bowman H. McCalla against the Kingdom of Spain under the command of Felix Pareja.  
1898 Battle of Las Guasimas An indecisive victory between USa and the Kingdom of Spain. This engagement was featured in the movie Rough Riders starring Tom Berenger as Theodore Roosevelt.
1898 First Battle of Manzanillo Spanish victory under the command of Joaquín Gómez de Barreda against the US Navy under the command of Lucien Young.  
1898 Battle of Tayacoba Spainsh victory against USA under the command of C.P. Johnson. All four rescuers, Dennis Bell, William H. Thompkins, Fitz Lee, and George H. Wanton, were subsequently awarded Medals of Honor for their heroism.
1898 Battle of the Aguadores Spanish victory against USA under the command of Henry M. Duffield.  
1898 Battle of El Caney US/Cuban victory under the command of Henry W. Lawton against the Kingdom of Spain under the command of Joaquín Vara de Rey.  
1898 Battle of San Juan Hill US/Cuban victory under the command of William Rufus Shafter against the Kingdom of Spain under the command ofArsenio Linares. This was the most famous and bloodiest battle of the Spanish-American War.
1898 Second Battle of Manzanillo An American withdrawal which led to a Spanish victory.  
1898 Battle of Santiago de Cuba (Naval) Decisive US victory under the command of William T. Sampson against the Spanish Navy under the command of Pascual Cervera.  
1898 Siege of Santiago Decisive US/Cuban victory under the command of William Rufus Shafter against the Kingdom of Spain under the command of Jose Toral.  
1898 Third Battle of Manzanillo Decisive US victory under the command of C. C. Todd.  
1898 Battle of Nipe Bay An American victory under the command of Captain John Jacob Hunker.  
1898 Battle of the Manimani Spanish victory against US/Cuban forces under the command of John Heard. For his remarkable calm and courage in the heat of battle at Mani-Mani, John Heard was later awarded a Medal of Honor.
Puerto Rican Campaign
1898 First Battle of San Juan U.S. victory, severe damage inflicted on Spanish defenses Also known as Bombardment of San Juan.
1898 Second Battle of San Juan American victory under the command of Charles Dwight Sigsbee as they maintain the blockade.  
1898 Third Battle of San Juan U.S. victory, Spanish blockade runner burned and abandoned. Today, the wreck of the SS Antonio Lopez is a National Historic Landmark and is used as a dive site by the public.
1898 Battles of Guanica, Fajardo, Yauco, Guayama, Guamani, Coamo, Silva Heights, Aibonito Pass Militarily inconclusive, Spain cedes Puerto Rico in accordance with the accords of the Treaty of Paris of 1898.  
Philippine–American War
1899 Battle of Manila An American victory under the command of Elwell S. Otis against the Philippines under the command of Emilio Aguinaldo.  
1899 Battle of Santa Cruz An American victory under the command of Henry W. Lawton against the Philipines.  
1899 Battle of Pagsanjan American victory for Charles King.  
1899 Battle of Paete American victory for Henry W. Lawton.  
1899 Battle of Quingua American victory under the command of J. Franklin Bell against the Philippines under the command of Gregorio del Pilar.  
1899 Battle of Zapote River American victory under the command of Henry W. Lawton against the Philippines under the command of Pio del Pilar. Also known as Battle of Zapote Bridge.
1899 Battle of San Jacinto American victory led by Loyd Wheaton against the Philippines led by Manuel Tinio.  
1899 Battle of Tirad Pass Strategic Filipino Victory led by Gregorio del Pilar, Tactical American Victory led by Peyton C. March. Also known as the Philippine Thermopylae
1899 Battle of Paye Filipino victory under the command of Licerio Gerónimo against the Americans led by Henry Ware Lawton.  
1900 Siege of Catubig Filipino pyrrhic victory led by Domingo Rebadulla  
1900 Battle of Makahambus Hill Filipino victory under the command of Colonel Apolinar Velez against the Americans led by Captain Thomas Millar.  
1900 Battle of Cagayan de Misamis American victory against the Filipinos under the command of Nicolas Capistrano.  
1900 Battle of Agusan Hill American victory under the command of Captain Walter B. Elliot against the Filipinos under the command of Colonel Vicente Roa.  
1900 Battle of Pulang Lupa Filipino victory under the command of Colonel Maximo Abad against the Americans led by Captain Devereux Shields.  
1900 Balangiga massacre Filipino victory under the command of Valeriano Abanado against the Americans under the command of Captain Thomas W. Connell.  
1900 Battle of Mabitac Filipino victory led by General Juan Cailles against the Americans led by Colonel Benjamin F. Cheatham, Jr.  
1901 Battle of Lonoy An American victory against the Philippines under the command of Captain Gregorio Casenas.  
1899-1913 Moro Rebellion An American victory against the Filipinos. The word "Moro" was a term for Muslims who lived in the southern Philippines, an area that includes Mindanao and its neighbouring islands.
Second Boer War
1899 Battle of Kraaipan Boer victory under the command of Piet Cronjé against the United Kingdom.  
1899 Battle of Talana Hill A British victory under the command of Lieutenant-General Sir William Penn Symons KCB against the Transvaal Rep. under the command of General Lukas Meyer.  
1899 Battle of Elandslaage British victory under the command of John French against the Transvaal Rep. under the command of General Kock .  
1899 Battle of Ladysmith A Boer victory under the command of Petrus Jacobus Joubert against the British under the command of United Kingdom George Stuart White.  
1899 Battle of Belmont British victory under the command of Lord Methuen against the Boers led by J. Prinsloo.  
1899 Battle of Modder River British pyrrhic victory under the command of Lord Methuen against the Boers under the command of General Piet Cronje . Known in Afrikaans as Slag van die Twee Riviere, which translates as "Battle of the two rivers".
1899 Battle of Stormberg The first British defeat of Black Week, in which three successive British forces were defeated by Boer irregulars.  
1899 Battle of Magersfontein Boer victory under the command of Piet Cronje agaisnt the British led by Lord Methuen. Three Victoria Cross awards were made for the action at Magersfontein, Lieutenant Henry Edward Manning Douglas. Royal Army Medical Corps, Corporal John Shaul. Highland Light Infantry, Captain Ernest Beachcroft Beckwith Towse. Gordon Highlanders
1899 Battle of Colenso Boer victory under the command of General Louis Botha against the British led by General Sir Redvers Buller. Four soldiers were awarded the Victoria Cross, the highest decoration for gallantry awarded to Commonwealth forces, Captain Walter Norris Congreve, Captain Harry Norton Schofield, Corporal George Edward Nurse and Lieutenant Freddy Roberts who was mortally wounded.
1900 Battle of Spion Kop A Boer victory under the command of Louis Botha against the British under the command of Sir Redvers Buller. The name Spionkop originates from Dutch rather than Afrikaans. Spion (and not Spioen) is the Dutch word for "spy". Until the 1920s Dutch was still the official language of the Boers, especially in its written form.
1900 Siege of Kimberley British victory under the command of Lt. Col. Robert Kekewich against the Boers led by Commandant Cornelius Wessels. The Honoured Dead Memorial, a sandstone edifice commissioned by Cecil Rhodes and designed by Sir Herbert Baker, was erected to commemorate the defenders who fell during the Siege. Twenty-seven soldiers are entombed in the memorial, which was made from stone quarried in the Matopo Hills in Zimbabwe. It bears an inscription by Rudyard Kipling.
1900 Bloody Sunday British victory under the command of Horatio Kitchener against the Boers led by Piet Cronje.  
1900 Battle of Paardeberg A British victory under the command of Field Marshal Roberts against the Boers led by Piet Cronjé. This marked the first ever overseas deployment of the Canadian Army. The Toronto company of the Royal Canadian Regiment had joined the Queensland Mounted Infantry in dispersing a Boer commando at Sunnyside and Belmont in the Western Cape in January.
1900 Siege of Ladysmith British victory under the command of George Stuart White against the Boers led by Petrus Jacobus Joubert. Arthur Stark, author of The Birds of South Africa was killed after being hit by an unexploded Boer shell in the Royal Hotel.
1900 Relief of Ladysmith British victory under the command of Redvers Buller against the Boers led by Louis Botha. Also known as The Battle of Tugela (or Thukela) Heights.
1900 Battle of Bergendal British victory for Lord Roberts against the Boers. Also known as the Battle of Belfast, A memorial was erected in honour of those who died in this battle. The first memorial erected in memory of the twelve Zarps who died in the Battle of Berg-en-dal on 27 Augustus 1900 where erected in 1935. The second memorial unveiled on 29 Augustus 1970.
1900 Battle of Bothaville British victory under the command of Lt-Col. P. W. J. Le Gallais against the Boers led by Christiaan de Wet.  
1900 Battle of Leliefontein A Boer victory against the British led by Major-General Horace Smith-Dorrien.  
1900 Battle of Nooitgedacht Boer commandos led by Generals Koos de la Rey and Christiaan Beyers combined to deal a sharp defeat to a British brigade under the command of Major General R. A. P. Clements.  
1901 Battle of Groenkloof British victory under the command of Colonel Harry Scobell against the Boers from Cape Colony under the command of Commandant Lotter.  
1901 Battle of Elands River A Boer raiding force under Jan Smuts destroyed a British cavalry company led by Captain Sandeman, a cousin of Winston Churchill, on the farm Modderfontein. When one of the Boers, Deneys Reitz subsequently became the South African ambassador to the United Kingdom, he met George Vivian at South Africa House who returned the Mauser that he dropped at the battle.
1901 Battle of Blood River Poort A Boer commando led by Louis Botha crushed a British force commanded by Major Hubert Gough Also known as Battle of Scheeper's Nek.
1901 Battle of Bakenlaagte Boer victory under the command ofGeneral Louis Botha against the British under the command of Colonel GE Benson. The dead Commonwealth troops were buiried on Gun Hill but later reinterred in Primrose Cemetery, Corner of Cemetery road and Beaconsfield road, Germiston in the 1960's.
1901 Battle of Groenkop Boer victory under the command of Christiaan de Wet against teh British led by Major Williams. Also known as Battle of Tweefontein.
1902 Battle of Tweebosch A Boer commando led by Koos de la Rey crushed a British column under the command of Lieutenant General Lord Methuen. Also known as De Klipdrift.
1902 The Battle of Rooiwal Victory by a British force commanded by Colonel Robert Kekewich over a Boer commando led by Generals Ferdinandus Jacobus Potgieter and Jan Kemp.  
Wars and Battles from the 19th to the 20th Century