Hanseatic League , also called Hansa , German Hanse , organization founded by north German towns and German merchant communities abroad to protect their mutual trading interests. The league dominated commercial activity in northern Europe from the 13th to the 15th century. Northern German mastery of trade in the Baltic Sea was achieved with striking speed and completeness in the late 12th and early 13th centuries. Visby , on the Swedish island of Gotland , was soon established as a major transshipment centre for trade in the Baltic and with Novgorod now Veliky Novgorod , which was the chief mart for the Russian trade. Thus, by the early 13th century Germans had a near monopoly of long-distance trade in the Baltic. The dominance achieved by German traders came about largely as a result of cooperation that took two forms: 1 Merchants far from their various hometowns but with a common interest in some particular branch of foreign trade tended increasingly to form Hanses with each other; 2 German towns formed loose unions.
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From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jahrhunderts und Mitte des Jahrhunderts bestehenden Vereinigungen, deren Ziel die Vertretung gemeinsamer wirtschaftlicher Interessen war.
Nederlands: Een hanze of hanza 'groep', 'schare' of 'gevolg' als van het Oudhoogduits Hansa was een samenwerkingsverband van handelaren en steden tijdens de middeleeuwen.
De Duitse Hanze is echter veruit de belangrijkste en bekendste, en wordt vaak kortweg de Hanze genoemd. Deze vormde zich om van koopliedenassociatie tot stedenverbond, en bestond op het hoogtepunt uit een kleine steden, van Londen tot Novgorod. Subcategories This category has the following 35 subcategories, out of 35 total.
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Forgot your password? The vision for Liga Hanseatica Galactica is to create a modern version of the 14th to 17th century Hanseatic Leage active at the time in Northwestern Europe. The confederation strived to establish and enforce free trade for its members and maintained their own defensive fleet to that effect. In DU we strive to do just that as well; military as well as non-aggressive roles will be available within the organization. You can read up on the real 'Hansa' here: Hanseatic League Wikipedia. And here: Hanse. We are looking for players who value a sense of community and camaraderie.
Cities of the Hanseatic League
Themed "Hansa. For four centuries the Hanseatic League was the determining economic and then political power in Northern Europe. We will take you on a short illustrated journey through the history of the Hanseatic League. The first organized economic interest group, which has significantly influenced trade, business and politics in Northern Europe for over years. Who were the allies at that time?
European countries trace their origins to the ethnical groups that settled down around the continent after the great migration. Rudimentary at the beginning they slowly emerged into the city states that would later morph into countries and empires. During the late middle age and early modern times there was a strange formation on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Its name was the Hanseatic League or simply Hansa.
The Hanseatic League
Growing from a few North German towns in the late s, the league came to dominate Baltic maritime trade for three centuries along the coasts of Northern Europe. Hansa territories stretched from the Baltic to the North Sea and inland during the Late Middle Ages , and diminished slowly after Merchant circles established the league to protect the guilds' economic interests and diplomatic privileges in their affiliated cities and countries, as well as along the trade routes which the merchants used. The Hanseatic cities had their own legal system and operated their own armies for mutual protection and aid. Despite this, the organization was not a state, nor could it be called a confederation of city-states; only a very small number of the cities within the league enjoyed autonomy and liberties comparable to those of a free imperial city.