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Sweden-Finland, ca. 1650–1817: Wilderness Replaced by Confusion

  • Steffen E. Andersen
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series (SBFI)

Abstract

Between ca. 1640 and 1810, Sweden had its entrance and its exit as a Great Power. In the beginning, Sweden’s military adventures brought it the status of a Great Power in the north and the Baltics at Denmark-Norway’s expense. The conquests included the southern provinces of today’s Sweden, taken from Denmark-Norway (1657–1660), and much of the eastern and southern rims of the Baltic Sea.

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© Steffen E. Andersen 2011

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