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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 ...
His guiding star should be exclusively the interest of the state to which his entire
life should be dedicated. ... the path laid down by his father: the encouragement
of agriculture but with a greater emphasis on trade and manufacturing interests.
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Brandenburg and Prussia
The Great Elector
From duchy to kingdom
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The German Way of War: From the Thirty Years' War to the Third Reich
Robert Michael Citino
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