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The economic expansion of Holland and Zeeland in the four­teenth-sixteenth centuries
W. Blockmans
Published 1993
History
From the eleventh Century to the present day various regions in the Low Countries have occupied core positions in the Western economic System. After the earliest progressive activities located in the… Expand
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