How such a tiny country as the Netherlands become a major world power between 1650 and 1715?
Windmills in the Netherlands are recorded to have been used since about 1200. They had varied uses, but the most important was to grind and crush grain. Within 450 years, the Netherlands would enjoy a "Golden Age" of world power, crushing the weaker economies with its strength much as the windmills of the country had been doing for centuries to its wheat. The Netherlands, a small country with just two million inhabitants and virtually no natural resources would defy all odds and pull ahead as a world leader.
In the late 16th century, the northern regions of what is now known today as th…
- How such a tiny country as the Netherlands become a major world power between 1650 and 1715?
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