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Take responsibility for a new cultural era!

Redefine, consolidate, give future to traditional international trade relations, international understanding and science. Respect and protect people and cultures!

Weg von der Schnelllebigkeit – hin zu neuen Traditionen

Neue Traditionen leben von Beständigkeit, Langlebigkeit, Nachhaltigkeit, Ressourcen schaffen, bleibende Werte, Respekt vor alten Traditionen, Fairem Handel, Heilendem Umweltbewusstsein.

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History of the original, traditional Hanseatic League


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Dear visitors to our Neue Hanse International website. Please accompany us into another time, from whose achievements and blessings we still live today. It is not just the stories that tell of former life and trade. It is the foundations on which we build our life and being today. If history had not been written the way it happened, our future would be different.

Now get on our time machine. Emilie and Bernadette will take you back to where your fathers and mothers once created what brings us into the future today.


Greetings you noblewomen and noblemen from near and far!



If you want to please a song then listen to me. I can report from another time that was and is very well and good. Hardship and art were our companions to fame and happiness. Untouched nature and fauna lined our paths through town and country. We quenched our thirst from clear streams. Popped in at landladies at the crossroads. We saw Hansa fleets through the dune grass, in order to then cross the seven seas ourselves with goods from home and the Orient.




History of the Hanseatic League

The name of the Hanseatic League (also German Hanseatic League or Düdesche Hanse, Latin Hansa Teutonica) refers to an association of mainly north German merchants, the aim of which was the safety of the crossing and the representation of common economic interests, especially abroad. The Hanseatic League was an important factor not only from the mid-12th century to the mid-17th century in economic terms, but also in political and cultural areas.

At the latest in the middle of the 14th century, the "merchant Hanse" developed into a "town Hanse". The exact demarcation between the "merchant Hanse" and "town Hanse" is controversial.

Up to 300 sea and inland towns in northern Europe came together in the town of Hanse. The coat of arms of many Hanseatic cities still bears the colors of the Hanseatic League (white and red). The development of transport, especially at sea, was an important basis for the alliance. That is why the Kogge (Transport sailing ship) became a symbol for the Hanseatic League. Many Hanseatic cities achieved great wealth through free trade, which can still be seen today in the numerous important buildings.

Irrespective of the "large" North German Hanseatic League, other merchant associations as far as Austria also called themselves "Hanseatic League" or "Hanse". As a rule, these were not political alliances between cities and territories, but brotherhoods to which individual traders joined. Such frets were often aimed at a specific fair. An economic control function was carried out there, which was carried out by the guilds in larger cities.


You will soon learn more about the guilds of the Hanseatic League and craftsmen's cooperatives, the guilds as merchants' cooperatives.




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