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February 10, 1712
Chiloé Archipelago experiences the beginning of the Huilliche rebellion.
February 30, 1712
February 30 is temporarily adopted by Sweden in order to adjust the Swedish Calendar back to the Julian calendar.
May 19, 1712
The capital of Russia is moved from Moscow to St Petersburg by Peter the Great.
May 22, 1712
The crowning of Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI as the King of Hungary takes place.
July 24, 1712
A combined Dutch-Austrian force is defeated by the French in the Battle of Denain.
July 24, 1712
The Catholic cantons are defeated by reformed Swiss cantons in the Battle of Villmergen.
December 9, 1712
Denmark and Saxony are defeated by Sweden in the Battle of Gadebusch.