Eendracht and Royal Charles clash at the Battle of Lowestoft, 3 June 1665
This sketch shows the clash between the Eendracht and the Royal Charles during the battle of Lowestoft of 3 June 1665. The Eendracht is the ship exploding in the centre of the picture, with the Royal Charles to the right.
Picture reproduced courtesy of Seaforth Publishing, and can be found in The Four Days Battle of 1666, Frank L. Fox
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