Reconstruction of Cologne in the 17th century

In the 17th century, the Free Imperial City of Cologne was an important trading partner for all warring parties, so it was spared from fighting. Still, the war left deep wounds in Cologne as well. Malnutrition and disease also increased infant mortality. Author: ZDF/Terra X/ STORY HOUSE Productions/ Jochen Ruderer, Jens Afflerbach, Jürgen Rehberg, Arsenij Gusev, Franziska Menz, Ronald Rist, Fritz Göran Vöpel, Martin Wolkinger, Stefan Matlik Translation and dubbing: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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