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But they did not tolerate any interference with their own economic interests . The
centralizing tendencies so characteristic of the German principalities , of
Brandenburg during the sixteenth century for instance , were at that time still in
In essence it represented mercantilist interests and pursued policies accordingly .
Friction between these two interest groups was frequent and the King ' s
intervention was often necessary . Ultimately he could find no other solution to
end the ...
In principle the question of the succession was completely without interest at all ;
it was an irrelevancy . ... assurances from his nephew that the latter ' s troops
were really on the march to safeguard the interests of the House of Hapsburg .
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The Teutonic Order
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The Great Elector
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The German Way of War: From the Thirty Years' War to the Third Reich
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