Valdemar turned once again to Skåne which still lay under Swedish rule. In 1355, Prince Eric XII of Sweden had rebelled against his father, King Magnus IV of Sweden, taking Skåne and other parts of Sweden. King Magnus turned to Valdemar and entered into an agreement with him for help with Erik.  Erik suddenly died in 1359. Valdemar crossed the Sound with an army and forced Magnus to give up Helsingborg in 1360.
She was forced into a nunnery and Valdemar convinced King Magnus that his son should marry Valdemar's daughter, Margrethe. The king agreed, but the nobles did not and forced Magnus to abdicate. They elected Albrecht of Mecklenburg, one of Valdemar's sworn enemies, as King of Sweden. Albrecht immediately went to work to stop Valdemar in his tracks.
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If you’re dining out, take a cab and don’t miss the chance to wash down a plate of Danish herring with an icy glass of snaps. The Danes chase it with beer--preferably a Tuborg or Carlsberg.
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Nov 22, 2020 · If the King was away to try gather a large army of his own, this would be the perfect time to strike. Karl’s ambition was limitless, it always had been. Sure, a more equal divisions of avaliable lands would probably have enabled the nobiltity of form a united front, which in turn would mean the King would be forced to accept their demands ...
Aug 09, 2017 · In the summer of 1224, Valdemar II received envoys from Norway. Sigurd Ribbung, having escaped in 1223 from Skule Bårdsson the Jarl of Nidaros, and one of the most powerful men of Norway. Sigurd Ribbung is a pretender to the Norwegian throne. Much of Viken have joined him in his rebellion against Håkon IV, the Norwegian king that resides in ...
The history of Denmark as a unified kingdom began in the 8th century, but historic documents describe the geographic area and the people living there—the Danes—as early as 500 AD. These early documents include the writings of Jordanes and Procopius .
Frederick expressed support for the crusade but declined to take the cross on the grounds of his ongoing conflict with Archbishop Philip of Cologne. He did, however, urge King Philip II of France to take the cross through messengers and then in a personal meeting on 25 December on the border between Ivois and Mouzon.
Nov 22, 2020 · On the 23rd of December 1425, Olaf IV Haakonson of the house of Folkung, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, the Goths and the Wends, passed away at an age of 55. He officially ruled Denmark for a grand total of 50 years, Norway 45 and Sweden for either 37 or 29 years, depending on how you count. He outlived his mother by 13 years.
That way you get to skip the fourth planet if you care about progressing the main story or if you want to be a completionist you could either just ignore that option entirely or Bioware could have one of your companions provide a reason such as the intel could be untrustworthy and we’d rather get the location from the original source.