Evaluates the activities of the commander Albrecht von Wallenstein in the Thirty Years War.

Albrecht von Wallenstein, a Czech nobleman, converted to Catholicism and entered the service of the Austrian emperor for a career. He created an army of mercenaries who had to support themselves by robbing the population of the area where they were. Wallenstein turned war into a hunt for prey.
Having enriched himself in the war, Wallenstein wanted to restore the Hansa, seize the entire Baltic trade, and supported Ferdinand II’s desire to establish absolute power. This displeased the princes, under their pressure the emperor dismissed Wallenstein.

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