History 321: State and Society in Early Modern Europe: The Thirty Years War

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History 321: State and Society in Early Modern Europe: The Thirty Years War. Tutorial 2 15 September 2011. Dominium Maris Baltici = Control (literally Lordship) of the Baltic Sea. Terms to know. Questions.
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History 321: State and Society in Early Modern Europe:The Thirty Years War Tutorial 215 September 2011 Dominium Maris Baltici = Control (literally Lordship) of the Baltic Sea Terms to know Questions
  • Why did Denmark, Sweden, and Poland-Lithuania come into conflict in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?
  • What was the religious situation in these three states?
  • All three states were monarchies. How strong was each monarchy? Consider each monarchy’s relationship with the nobility.
  • What was the military strength of each state? On what did its military strength depend? Consider economic and social conditions.
  • What explains the interest of Denmark and Sweden in the Holy Roman Empire?
  • Questions
  • Why do you think Wilson includes Chapter 6 in his book?
  • Does this chapter help or hinder Wilson’s argument? Or is it irrelevant to the argument?
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