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Denmarks 11th century conquest of Scandinavia
During the eleventh century the lands of Scandinavia were constantly at war. The kings of these great states were constantly changing. The great state of Denmark ruled most of the Scandinavia lands the most part of the century. Denmark although the smallest of its neighbours had plenty of good land and had both population and resources along with better climate over Norway and Sweden. Norway had mountains in the east and reasonable amount of arable land in the west but not enough to support a large population. Much of Sweden's best land was often Danish control, so central Sweden deve…
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