102. The Thirty Years’ War (Part 2)

In this episode we discuss the widening of the conflict into an international one as Denmark-Norway, Sweden, and France in turn intervene. We also discuss the conclusion of the war and its long term consequences. Colin Oliver returns as guest.


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2 thoughts on “102. The Thirty Years’ War (Part 2)”

  1. Michael says:

    You stated that the island (Zealand), on which Copenhagen resides is the rootname for New Zealand. New Zealand (Nieuw-Zeeland) was discovered by Abel Tasman, a Dutch explorer.

    From Wikipedia:
    “Despite their identical names, the island is not connected historically to the Pacific nation of New Zealand, which is named after the Dutch province of Zeeland.”

    1. Adam says:

      Oh man, that’s an embarrassing one! Thanks so much for the catch. I’ll make sure it goes on the corrections when they go up.

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