By Jonathan Israel
The disagreement among Spain and the Dutch Republic was once a key think about eu and global heritage. during this assortment, Jonathan Israel explores some of the features of this many-sided fight, on the point of presidency coverage, army procedure and international relations; and in recognize of the differing fortunes of areas, cities and teams, and the Sephardic Jews.
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However , the diversio n of Spanish funds an d troops to Italy in 1628, which very substantially weakened the Spanis h position in th e Lo w Countries , le d t o a resumptio n o f heavy pressure fro m moderates i n bot h Madri d an d Brussels . A t the time, the principal point o f contact betwee n Spanis h an d Dutc h wa s at the talk s bein g conducted b y official s o f both side s at Roosendaa l in Dutc h Brabant over a propose d exchang e of prisoners . 152 Many , possibly most, Spanish officials, an d still more Isabella and Spinola , now considered that the king should quickly come to a settlement.
An d indeed, despite the situation a t De n Bosch , it seeme d highl y probabl e i n 1629 , barring the unexpected , tha t once Spai n extricated itsel f fro m Italy , i t could in combination with the emperor have put heavie r pressure than ever on the republic . Olivares's assessment that the republic was not in earnest in wanting a truce in 162 9 was based at least in part o n information sent to him from Flander s b y Spanis h officials , wh o were following the politica l situation in the republic and recognized that the Dutch wa r party was still muc h stronge r tha n th e peac e party.
94 Consulta, 1 2 Sept . S. Est . 2648 ; "Diputái s de l gn l de l reyno de 96Valencia", 24 Jan. A. A . 576 . Viceroy of Valencia t o Phili p IV , u Feb . A . A. 60 3 doc. 5. Pedro Martíne z d e Ver a state d tha t n o sal t wa s extracte d fro m L a Mat a i n 1622 owin g t o th e "war s o f Flanders" : Pedr o Martíne z d e Ver a t o Nicola s Mensa, 9 Mar. A. A. 60 3 doc. 6. 20 Empires and Entrepots checked systematicall y for Lisbo n seals , much t o th e distres s o f th e city counci l o f Alicante.