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Empire of France and Catalonia (1756 World) allies itself with Russia and Austria against Britain, Prussia, Sweden and Netherlands.
British Brittany falls to France
- Swedish government and king move to Kalmar
- Siege of Stockholm
- Prussia invades Russian-held East Prussia
- France invades Prussia, takes Hamburg
- Spain invades French-held Catalonia
- British invasion fleet prepared to invade Brittany
- Rotterdam taken by French, peace treaty siged, Dutch ally themselves with France
France invades Prussia
Kingdom of Sardinia allies with France and Austria after their victories
- Ottoman Empire join French Alliance, start plans for invasion of Spain.
- English invade Normandy, capture Le Havre and Cherbourg
- Battle of Leipzig: Austrians fail to take the town
- Battle of Barcelona: Barcelona falls to France
- Catalonia falls to France
- Battle of Prague: Prussians burn part of the town, but fail to take it
- Prussians move to Berlin to prepare for its defence
- Ottomans invade Valencia and begin the march to Madrid
- Portugal declares war on Spain, invade Bajadoz
- 2nd Battle of Leipzig: Combined French and Austrian force of 22,000 take the town
- Start of North American War of Independence
- Battle of Rouen: English attack Rouen and fail to defeat the French invaders. They are pushed back to Le Havre
- Great Russian Sweep: Russia takes Zielona Gora (Grünberg in Schlesien) and Dresden.
- Battle of Berlin: Berlin beseiged for 13 days by Austria and France, Russia arrives and Prussia surrenders
- Seige of Le Havre: Le Havre surrounded and surrenders after 64 days
- British troops land at Santander to try to defend Madrid from the Ottomans
- France unites Prussia and German states to forn German Kingdom
- French take Zaragoza, march to Madrid
- Portuguese Soldiers take Santiago de Compostela
- British Capture St-Malo
- Portuguese take Bajadoz and Salamanca
- Ottomans take Cartagena and Murcia
- Austrian Navy blockades Gibraltar
- Siege of Madrid: French Soldiers beseige Madrid
- Battle of Sevilla: Portuguese troops take Sevilla
- Battle of Cadiz: Cadiz surrenders to a Portuguese force of 16,000 men
- Battle of Almeria: Ottoman troops defeat Spanish garrison in Almeria
- Spanish Navy in Malaga flee for the Balearic Islands
- British Troops come to reinforce Madrid
- Battle of Madrid: British and Spanish Soldiers fight the French at Casa de Campo. The French were in risk of losing until Ottoman troops arrived and helped defeat the British and Spanish.
- Portuguese take Malaga, last Spanish outpost in the south
- Unconditional surrender of Spain and British troops in Spain
- Treaty of Madrid signed, British leave Spain
- French invade Balearic, last Spanish resistance to Napoleon
- Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia proclaimed king of Spain by Napoleon
- French invasion of Britain
- Battle of Southampton: French take control of Southamton and surrounding area and march towards Portsmouth
- Siege of Portsmouth: Portuguese and French besiege Portsmouth for 84 days (longest seige in th Eight Years' War
- Gibraltar surrenders to Austrians
- Wales rebelles, joins French alliance and begins a War of independence
- Austrians and German Kingdom troops land near Eastbourne and occupy the town
- Cardiff falls to Welsh rebels
- Portsmouth falls to the Portuguese and French
- Battle of Crawley: Austrians take Crawley
- Battle of Bristol: Portuguese defeat British Army
- Battle of Reading: French and Portuguese soldiers head to Reading, Berkshire, In the war's longest Battle, Britain's largest surviving army is defeated.
- March on London: French, Portuguese, Austrian and German Kingdom troops head towards London
- 25 December, 1804: Coalition forces are 68 miles from London
- Welsh rebels control all of Wales
- Battle of London, January 6: French, Portuguese, Austrian and German Kingdom soldies fight British troops.
- January 9: British soldiers surrender to coalition armies after losing more than three-quarters of their army, the coalition only loses one-third of their troops.
- Treaty of London (23 January, 1805): British officially surrender to Coalition