Dutch dbq 1650 - 1713
ships to be seized and trading to decrease over time (Document 3). Document 2, baltic SEA trade, document. The Netherlands is situated around many European nations, especially Britain who at that time posed a threat. The Treaty of Dover, of 1670, promised a war on the Dutch Republic, in which France and England would join forces to bring about the downfall of the Dutch Republic. In an anonymous pamphlet published in the province of Holland in 1669 an unnamed citizen of the Dutch Republic notes that the heavy taxes set of the merchants are a burdensome addition to the losses they are already suffering from the naval battles the Dutch. Its decline was caused mainly by the many wars it was forced to defend itself against.
We who are naturally merchants must have low taxes, peace, and trade as well as protection, and we cannot be turned into soldiers. European wars, that contributed to its decline. Security measures were not taken, such as building defense fortifications on land and stationing warships at sea. The losses suffered from the wars with France and England brought on the deterioration of the Dutch Republic, through their economic and internal struggles. The Dutch Republic was the center of multiple. In a government report punishments in Dantes Inferno of the Dutch Republic in 1683 reports on the fact that the different provinces of the Dutch Republic cannot agree on how to oppose the attacks of Louis XIV in the war against France and England. The Treaty of Dover shows that foreign enemies were allying against the Dutch Republic and preparing to overpower. Document 10, political pamphlet published in Amsterdam, 1683. Although the debt was so immense, that every province of the Dutch Republic felt it, the few wealthy citizens of Amsterdam remained virtually untouched and stayed the wealthiest citizens of the Dutch Republic.
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