Battle of Rauge

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Battle of Rauge
Part of the Great Northern War
Date4 September 1701 (O.S.)
5 September 1701 (Swedish calendar)
15 September 1701 (N.S,)
LocationRauge, Swedish Livonia
(present-day Rouge, Estonia)
Result Swedish victory
Belligerents
Naval Ensign of Sweden.svg Swedish Empire Russia Tsardom of Russia
Commanders and leaders
Wolmar Anton von Schlippenbach Boris Sheremetev
Strength
2,000 men[1] 7,000 men[1]
Casualties and losses
100 killed and wounded[1] at least 2,000 killed, wounded and captured[1]

The Battle of Rauge was a battle that took place on 15 September 1701 near Rõuge, Livonia during the Great Northern War in which the Swedes defeated the numerically superior Russians.

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