|Part of the First Barbary War,French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars|
British sailors boarding an Algerine pirate ship
Kingdom of Sardinia (from 1802)
|Commanders and leaders|
Ferdinand III |
Victor Emmanuel I of Sardinia
Steen Andersen Bille
Mustapha VI ben Ibrahim|
|Casualties and losses|
2,490 killed or wounded |
4,776 killed or wounded |
54 pirates executed
The Tunisian-Sicilian War occurred between June 1801 and April 1804, when Tunisian pirates with Tunisian and Algerian military support attacked and captured several Sicilian ships. The main purpose of their attacks was to obtain payments for the use of their coast lines by foreign ships. In the process they capture Christian-European prisoners and tried to demand money from their governments .The Sicilians with their Sardinian and British allies defeated the forces of the Tunisian-allied coalition and then occupied Aryanah and La Goulette until 1808.
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- A 44-gun Algerian corsair appeared at Río de la Plata in 1720. Cesáreo Fernández Duro, Armada española desde la unión de los reinos de Castilla y de León, Madrid, 1902, Vol. VI, p. 185
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- Roman Empire in North Africa
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