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|Battle of Cambridge
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|Part of Wars of William Washburn|
The city of Cambridge after the battle.
|Commanders and leaders|
|William B. Washburn|
The Battle of Cambridge was a decisive Worcester victory under the command of William B. Washburn against the city of Cambridge during the Wars of William Washburn. Washburn's victory against the city would lead to the destruction of the city's library and archives, as well as the subjugation of Cambridge into Washburn's empire.
The battle began in 1879 when Washburn received word that the city of Cambridge, which had developed a technology oriented society, questioned the notion of his right to rule. Washburn marched immediately on the city, razing most of it to the ground. The intellectuals in the city were killed, and the great library that the city had gathered, was burned.