Describe the international situation in Europe at the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries. Which countries are included in the anti-Swedish coalition?
Europe at the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries was at the stage of preparation for two wars. In Western Europe, it was a war for the Spanish succession, that is, the struggle of England, Holland, Austria and Prussia against the Franco-Spanish alliance, as a result, the Bourbons began to rule in Spain, and the territory of Belgium passed to the Austrians.
In the eastern part of Europe, preparations were under way for a war with Sweden since 1698. Peter I was able to create a military alliance with Denmark (she fought the Swedes in the 17th century with varying success) and Saxony (her prince ruled in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth).
In addition, in 1699 and 1700, the war with Turkey ended with two peace treaties, it became the first serious defeat of the Turks, they ceded Hungary in the north of Azov and in the west.
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