In 1631, Prague was conquered by Sweden, only to revert back to the Habsburgs six months later. France took Nancy from Burgundy in 1634 and held it for decades. Thousands of such city switches occurred throughout history. What can we learn from them? New research with Eric Weese:

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Background: over the years 1000-1850, hundreds of states competed over European territory, even though many of them were short-lived. There was a constant stream of entry and exit in the violent market for governance.


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