The history starts in the mid-15th century with the development of the economies of some countries in Europe with overseas trade and ends with the wars (especially the Thirty Years War) which have now become truly international. How would you explain this? Is there a link?
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Indeed, from the mid-15th century onwards we see international trade flourishing, especially in Northern European countries and cities, such as England, The Netherlands, port cities in Germany (Hamburg, Danzig and others), Denmark and Sweden. Almost all those areas happened to be Protestant. Their economic development and financial wealth in general was far ahead of Catholic-held lands. For instance, Protestant and wealthy Holland (The Netherlands), one of the most economically developed countries of the time and one of the centers of the international trade, was ruled by Spanish Catholic kings....
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