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After his death there broke out a long series of sanguinary conflicts, partly religious and partly politico-commercial, resulting in the overthrow of Spanish and the substitution of Austrian domination (1599) whereby the southern or
But now, the politico-commercial plans of the emperor threatened to put an end to Sweden's trade in copper, its one valuable natural source of wealth, while Wallenstein's troops threatened to expel the Swedish forces from the country beyond the
This treaty, I believe, should be interpreted so that it relates only to politico-commercial circumstances and not to strategic ones.
Another said: "Dantzig is needed for politico-commercial reasons.