in Denmark-Norway. Absolute monarchy established itself in
many places in Europe during the 17th century, and in Denmark-Norway
it was established unusually quickly and firmly as a result of a military
defeat by Sweden that cost the realm the provinces of Scania, Halland,
and Blekinge. Frederik III and his queen Sophie Amalie were two very
different individuals who were very capable when it came to realizing
their political goals. The rival couple Corfitz Ulfeldt and Leonora Christina were
among those who experienced setbacks because of this.
The book is part of the Crown Series, a series of small books on the
Danish monarchy and related subjects published in cooperation with
the Royal Danish Collection.
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