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An armed conflict between state actors, typically for a political or economic aim. Use this tag for specific wars.

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The original poster asked for (among others) Denmark and Norway, which I'll cover along with Sweden. I'll limit my answer to the later part of the medieval age, from ca 1200 and forward, this was when …
answered Aug 10 '16 by andejons
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The Anglo-Swedish war of 1810-1812. A phoney war forced upon Sweden after the devastating defeat in the Finnish war; neither side wanted to fight the other, and no battles were fought. There were … , however, a formal declaration of war and a signed peace, and British troops that were stationed at the Island of Hanö occupied it during the war. …
answered Oct 22 '15 by andejons
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One example is the Battle of Bogesund, a part of the internal conflicts of the Kalmar Union, which led to then Swedish regent Sten Sture the younger being mortally wounded after a cannonball had bounc …
answered Dec 4 '15 by andejons