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The case of the King of Denmark v. Dutch Skippers before the Danzig City Council (1564–1567)


Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz and Alain Wijffels

-author of the present article has analysed this case from the historical perspective of how an incremental notion of neutrality was applied to a city (Danzig) and to a polity (the Netherlands) in the Northern Seven Years War, and of pre-Grotian neutrality in general 7 . In this contribution, the case

Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz

proceedings in Danzig, with the Habsburg Netherlands directly involved in the matter, I will demonstrate that there was a notion of neutrality, expressed in various terms and manners. The case is embedded in the Northern Seven YearsWar (1563-1570). It was a conflict about supremacy in the Baltic, with

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Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz

Prussia, were sought. 24 Another example is a case where Hollandish salt ships and their crews were arrested during the Northern Seven Years War (1563–1570) and tried in Danzig at the instigation of the Danish king. The legal proceedings turned into a political tug-of-war and peace between the rulers of

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Justyna Wubs-Mrozewicz

Prussia, were sought. 24 Another example is a case where Hollandish salt ships and their crews were arrested during the Northern Seven Years War (1563–1570) and tried in Danzig at the instigation of the Danish king. The legal proceedings turned into a political tug-of-war and peace between the rulers of