Possessions of Sweden

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Sweden at the height of its territorial expansion, following the Treaty of Roskilde in 1658.

This is a list of possessions of Sweden held outside of Sweden proper during the early modern period.

Fiefs[edit]

Fiefs that were held for a limited time.

Colonies[edit]

Mint Cities[edit]

Cities, held outside the realm, where Swedish mints were established.

Territories held under Martial Law[edit]

  • Strasburg, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Dirschau, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Wormditt, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Mehlsack, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Frauenburg, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Marienburg, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Stuhm, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Danziger Haupt, Prussia (conquest in the Polish War, held until 1629)
  • Landsberg (agreement with Brandenburg, 1641–1643)
  • Frankfurt (Oder) (agreement with Brandenburg, 1641–1643)
  • Leipzig (agreement with Saxony, 1646–1648)
  • Memmingen (agreement with Bavaria, 1647–1648)
  • Überlingen (agreement with Bavaria, 1647–1648)

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