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This bibliography contains reference articles and books relevant to an analysis of the wine and brandy trade between France and the Dutch Republic in the first half of the seventeenth century. This book bridges economic and social history, and forces a reassessment of four early modern historiographies: Dutch, French, Jewish, and Atlantic. Wine was one of the key commodities shipped from south-western to northern Europe, so new evidence on the alcohol trade enables one to discover more about the coastal trade in general and to properly recognize the impact of this particular sector on the economies of France, the Republic, and by extension, the Atlantic world.

Keywords: brandy trade; Dutch Republic; France; northern Europe; wine trade



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