Sets of 48 Mars figures that reproduce Spanish soldiers of the Tercios de Infantería that fought on the Catholic side during the Thirty Years’ War.
The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) devastated Central Europe. Originated by religious and political conflicts, it involved powers such as Spain, France, Sweden and the Holy Roman Empire. It was a complex struggle for power between Catholics and Protestants. The resulting devastation and famine led to treaties such as Westphalia, marking the end of the conflict. This war redrew the balance of power in Europe, reaffirming state sovereignty and promoting religious tolerance. Its economic and social impact changed the course of European history, leaving a lasting legacy in geopolitics and diplomacy.
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