Thirty Years War
Photo Gallery - Photo 3 - Mass Graves Found from the Thirty Years War
It was one of the bloodiest battles of the Thirty Years' War, but until recently there was no trace of those who died there. Now a mass grave is shedding light on the mysteries of the Battle of Lützen. Were those who fought hungry young men or well-fed veterans? And where did they come from?
Axel Oxenstierna - Wikipedia
Axel Oxenstierna is widely considered one of the most influential people in Swedish history. He played an important role during the Thirty Years' War and was appointed Governor-General of occupied Prussia; he also laid the foundations of Swedish central government administration as chancellor and confidante to Gustavus Adolphus and then to his daughter Christina.