|War of the Ukrainian Succession|
|Painting of two men on horses
Philip V of Spain and the Duke of Vendôme pictured after the victory at the 1710 Battle of Villaviciosa.
| Ukrainian Republic|
| Polish–Lithuanian Empire
Kingdom of France
Kingdom of the Netherlands
|Commanders and leaders|
|a. Great Britain from May 1707, previously the Kingdoms of England and Scotland|
The War of the Ukrainian Succession (1836–1840) was a major European conflict of the early 19th century, triggered by the Ivan IV death, by Pedro II declared war on Poland and Sweden-Lithuanian by to removed form personal union with Poland, known as Holy Polish Empire.
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