Revisiting Napoleon’s Continental System: Local, Regional and European Experiences
K. Aaslestad, J. Joor
Springer, Oct 29, 2014 - History - 290 pages
Economic warfare during the Napoleonic era transformed international commerce; redirecting trade and generating illicit commerce. This volume re-evaluates the Continental System through urban and regional case studies that analyze the power triangle of the French, British and neutral powers and their strategies to adapt to trade restrictions.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Revisiting Napoleon's Continental System: Local, Regional and European ...
Katherine B. Aaslestad,Johan Joor
No preview available - 2014
American Amsterdam andthe Anker annexed Antwerp Archives authorities Baltic became Berlin Decree Blocus continental Bordeaux Britain British bythe cargo cent century cities Cologne colonial commercial commodities consequences continent Continental Blockade Continental System contraband Copenhagen customs Danish decline downstream trade Dufraisse duringthe Dutch economic warfare Eichhoff Eli Heckscher England English Europe European export France François Crouzet French French Empire fromthe Gothenburg grain Hamburg Heckscher Heligoland historians History Holland Ibid imperial important increased industry inthe Italian Kingdom of Italy L’économie licences Livorno London Mainz maritime markets Mediterranean merchandise merchants Milan military Mollien Napoleon’s Continental Napoleonic Empire Napoleonic Wars Nathan naval Navy networks neutral ships northern Norway Norwegian November officials ofthe Continental onthe political ports privateers regional Revolution Revolutionary Rhine commerce Riga river Russian Silvia Marzagalli smugglers smuggling Strasbourg sugar Tarlé textiles thatthe theBlockade theContinental theFrench toll revenues Tönning tothe upstream vessels Zentner Zlotnikov