Ruminations On The Thirty Years War.

by Daniel Russ on January 5, 2011

The Thirty Years War was a difficult, confused and extremely bloody confrontation between a numbers of city-states in Europe. The city-state was beginning to emerge as populations in northern Europe grew and local lords gathered armies and attacked neighbors to try and expand and solidify their own power. By 1618, the Hapsburgs had sided with […]


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