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Naval campaigns, operations and battles of the French Revolutionary Wars

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The naval campaigns, operations and battles of the French Revolutionary Wars were events during the period of warfare between 1792 and 1802 that were undertaken by the French Revolutionary government and several European powers in support of their land-based strategies. Sardinia – 1793 Toulon – 18 September – 18 December 1793 Guernsey – 23 April 1794 May 1794 – 2 May 1794 – 1 June 1794 Glorious First of June – 1 June 1794 Gulf of Roses – 14 February 1795 Croisière du Grand Hiver – 24 December 1794 – 3 February 1795 Genoa – 14 March 1795 1st Groix – 17 June 1795 2nd Groix – 23 June 1795 Hyères – 13 July 1795 1st St Vincent – 7 October 1795 Capitulation of Saldanha Bay – 17 August 1796 Newfoundland expedition – 28 August 1796 Expédition d'Irlande – December 1796 Camperdown – 11 October 1797 2nd St Vincent – 14 February 1797 Îles Saint-Marcouf – 7 May 1798 Nile – 1–3 August 1798 Tory Island – 12 October 1798 Dunkirk – 7 July 1800 Malta – 2 September 1798 – 4 September 1800 Copenhagen – 2 April 1801 Algeciras – 6–12 July 1801 Boulogne – 4 and 15–16 August 1801
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