Northern Europe in the Early Modern Period: The Baltic World, 1492-1772
This is a volume in a sequence of books which explores the history of the Baltic World and Northern Europe. In this period, Sweden was a major European power, occupying a central position in international politics. Her rise and decline are a central feature of the book. The author also describes the evolving social and political systems of the principal Baltic states of the time.
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Rulers and Ruled
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