Eric de Poméranie
Erik VII of Denmark , also called Erik XIII of Poméranie was king of Norway in 1389 and Denmark and Sweden in 1396. Duke of Slupsk and Stargard in Poméranie under the name of Eric Ier of 1449 with 1459.
Born towards 1382 with Rügenwalde, wire of the duke Warcisław VII of Poméranie died in 1394 and Marie de Mecklembourg-Schwerin died in 1402, small nephew of the king Albert of Sweden but also back grandson of Valdemar IV of Denmark. Erik de Poméranie died in Rügenwalde the May 3rd 1459.
It was selected like heir by Marguerite Ire to Denmark and as king to the Union to Kalmar which joins together the three States in 1397, but the union was actually controlled by the queen Margrete Ier until the death of this one in 1412. Eric de Poméranie instituted in 1429 toll on the Øresund. The tax pressure and the load of the Danish administation particularly caused the dissatisfaction with the populations in Sweden. After the popular revolt carried out by Engelbrekt Engelbrektsson in Dalécarlie of 1434 to 1436, king Eric de Poméranie was relieved of the three thrones by the nobility between 1439 and 1441.
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