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  1. I live on "Karmøy", an island just off the western coast of norway. And the sound which divides us from the main is known as "Karmsund". This sound has historically been a integral part of controlling the trade off the coast. At one point in the 11th century, a royal palace of some sort was constructed there, along side a church (which still stands to this this day). Any way, today, on the ruins of this palace, you'll find a museum, Where i learned that the Hansa burned down the palace in the 13th century. And the remains of the palace had been shipped off north, to help the construction of "Bryggen" in the city of Bergen, which today is one of UNSCos world heritage sites.

  2. aghh where was this video 2 years ago when i was writing a paper on economic world systems my senior year probably would have written about this than song dynasty trade since there are like 5 sources of which 2 were written by my professor

  3. Here in Bergen, Norway, the former and in some sense also the current center of the dry-fish trade south, the local beer is called Hansa. "Kontor" is what we call an "office" in general. We are still really depending on grain, but also still have the enormously rich seas, specially in the north with the winter cod, that is fished away in the West-Atlantic. Edit: "Tyskebryggen" means "Germans Wharf", and is the traditional city center.

  4. Hanseatic cities Danzig (the biggest German speaking city in the world), Thorn, Elbing, Kulm and 15 others in 1454 made Prussian Confederation and revolted against Teutonic Knights in order to voluntarily join Kingdom of Poland. They succeeded in 1466 after the 13-years war.

  5. I never realised how ruthless and influential the league was. More like the Hutt cartel. Don't trade with us…ok we blockade you. Take our special privileges…ok we cause famine for you. Original thug life.

  6. Not the best Kings and Generals video… I know making a video about economic history isn't as straightforward or story-heavy as political history, but I think they could have done better. They generally do.

  7. Man, I've been in love with the Hanseatic League since I was a sophomore in high school! I've even played hundreds of hours in a video game series called The Patrician.

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