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Article:Battle of Gniew
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(29 September: Muschamp was not a general - merely a Lieutenant Colonel, soon to be promoted to Colonel.)
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==Aftermath==
 
==Aftermath==
Although the Swedish army had lifted the Polish siege of Gniew and Sigismund had withdrawn from the field, he still achieved progress and the upper hand to block the city of Gdańsk from Swedish troops before their arrival. Therefor, the withdrawal has to be considered somewhat tactical in purpose for the strategical overview.<ref name="Niezwykłe bitwy i szarże husarii"/><ref>http://www.radoslawsikora.republika.pl/GniewVivatVasa.pdf</ref> The battle of Mewe marked the first time Swedish infantry had successfully stood their ground against [[Polish hussars]], even though being behind entrenchments it was an achievement for Gustavus Swedish infantry whose accurate and devestating fire had proved to be the decisive factor of the battle.<ref name="Age of Wars">[http://books.google.se/books?id=1h9zzSH-NmwC&pg=PA374&lpg=PA374&dq=Mewe+1626&source=bl&ots=SJ4dmRaHsd&sig=KYcpOWKi0doZyCLMvR4dDoJiDNo&hl=sv&sa=X&ei=F6yBUIjOFu_64QSyvYH4CQ&ved=0CFIQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Mewe%201626&f=false The Age of Wars of Religion, 1000-1650, Cathal J. Nolan, p. 374]</ref> Thus, he fell ill in October the great assault on Gdańsk Gustavus had desired couldn't be executed, and the pursuit of Sigismund couldn't take place.<ref name="Vägen till Stormakt"/>
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Although the Swedish army had lifted the Polish siege of Gniew and Sigismund had withdrawn from the field, he still achieved progress and the upper hand to block the city of Gdańsk from Swedish troops before their arrival. Therefor, the withdrawal has to be considered somewhat tactical in purpose for the strategical overview [THIS IS GIBBERISH, PLEASE WRITE IN SIMPLE ENGLISH!].<ref name="Niezwykłe bitwy i szarże husarii"/><ref>http://www.radoslawsikora.republika.pl/GniewVivatVasa.pdf</ref> The battle of Mewe marked the first time Swedish infantry had successfully stood their ground against [[Polish hussars]], even though being behind entrenchments it was an achievement for Gustavus Swedish infantry whose accurate and devestating fire had proved to be the decisive factor of the battle.<ref name="Age of Wars">[http://books.google.se/books?id=1h9zzSH-NmwC&pg=PA374&lpg=PA374&dq=Mewe+1626&source=bl&ots=SJ4dmRaHsd&sig=KYcpOWKi0doZyCLMvR4dDoJiDNo&hl=sv&sa=X&ei=F6yBUIjOFu_64QSyvYH4CQ&ved=0CFIQ6AEwBw#v=onepage&q=Mewe%201626&f=false The Age of Wars of Religion, 1000-1650, Cathal J. Nolan, p. 374]</ref> Thus, he fell ill in October the great assault on Gdańsk Gustavus had desired couldn't be executed, and the pursuit of Sigismund couldn't take place.<ref name="Vägen till Stormakt"/>
   
 
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==Notes==
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