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The Anglo-Hanseatic War was a conflict fought between
In the 15th century, English merchants competed with the Hanseatic League to control the wool and cloth trade in England and with the
However, already in 1458 English
The importance of the wool trade from England to the continent by Hanseatic merchants can be seen in the economic outputs, and their subsequent decline in the period noted below during the war, which is denoted as 1471-1475. The economic damage done by the war was one of the main reasons why it came to an abrupt end.
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