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He was censured by Pope Clement VI for not getting prior approval for such a journey. Upon his return, Valdemar gathered an army. In , he took back Vordingborg Castle , the main headquarters of the Holsteiners. By the end of the year, Valdemar could claim all of Zealand as his own. He made Vordingborg his personal residence, expanded the castle, and built the Goose Tower which has become the symbol of the town.
Valdemar's reputation for ruthlessness against those who opposed him made many think carefully about switching sides. His tax policy crushed the peasants who feared to do anything but pay up. By Valdemar had thrown out the Germans and once again Denmark was a nation.
With his increased income, Valdemar was able to pay for a larger army and by treachery came into possession of Nyborg Castle and eastern Funen Island and the smaller islands. In Bubonic Plague then known as the "Black Death" arrived unexpectedly. Tradition has it that plague came to Denmark on a ghost ship that beached itself on the coast of northern Jutland.
Those who went aboard found the dead swollen and black faced, but stayed long enough to take everything of value from it and thereby introduced the fleas that carried the disease into the population. People began to die by the thousands. During the next two years plague swept through Denmark like a forest fire. In Ribe twelve parishes ceased to exist in a single diocese.
A few towns simply died with no one left alive. City dwellers were often harder hit than farm folk leading many people to abandon towns altogether. Valdemar remained untouched and took advantage of the deaths of his enemies to add to his growing lands and properties. He refused to reduce the taxes the following year though fewer peasants farmed less land.
Nobles, too, felt their incomes shrink and the tax burdens fell heavier on them as well. Uprisings flared up in the following years. In the King and nobles met together as the Danish Court Danehof and worked out a peace settlement among the parties.
The terms of the charter said that the Danehof was to meet at least once a year on St. John's Day, 24 June. The old system established in was reinstated and everyone's rights reverted to the traditional ones from before Christopher II 's charter which gutted the powers of the king. Valdemar responded by raising an army and march through southern Jutland taking still more pieces of the lands that German counts had pried away from Denmark in the previous years. Rebellion spread quickly through Funen and he ravaged the Holsteiners' remaining territories and took the rest of the island.
The charter proved to be useless when the king ignored the terms and the sporadic rebellions continued. That same year there was a monetary crisis which caused panic all over northern Europe. There is a famous poem, written by Jens Peter Jacobsen and included in his work Gurresange about Valdemar's mistress, Tove, who was killed on the orders of Queen Helvig,   though that particular story saga originally seems to be connected with his ancestor Valdemar I of Denmark.
The king refused to meet their terms, so they left the meeting in disgust. When they reached the town of Middelfart to find a ship to carry them over to Jutland, the fishermen they hired to transport them, murdered them.
King Valdemar was blamed and the restive people of Jutland came out in open rebellion once again. They agreed to support each other in their fight to restore the rights the king once again had abrogated. King Magnus turned to Valdemar and entered into an agreement with him for help with Erik. Valdemar crossed the Sound with an army and forced Magnus to give up Helsingborg in What Valdemar could do little about was the increasing power of the Hanseatic League which had already become a major power in the region.
Even before the conclusion of the small conflict with King Magnus, Valdemar decided to attack the Swedish island of Gotland , specifically the town of Visby. He raised an army loaded on ships and invaded Gotland in Valdemar fought the Gotlanders and defeated them in front of the city, killing men.
The city surrendered, and Valdemar tore down part of the wall to make his entry. Once in possession, he set up three huge beer barrels and informed the city fathers that if the barrels weren't filled with silver and gold within three days, he would turn his men loose to pillage the town. To Valdemar's surprise the barrels were filled before nightfall of the first day passed.
The churches were stripped of their valuables and the riches were loaded on Danish ships and carried home to Vordingborg, Valdemar's residence. Valdemar added "King of Gotland" to his title list. But his action against Visby, a member of the Hanseatic League , would have dire consequences later. She was forced into a nunnery and Valdemar convinced King Magnus that his son should marry Valdemar's daughter, Margrethe. The king agreed, but the nobles did not and forced Magnus to abdicate.
Albrecht immediately went to work to stop Valdemar in his tracks. He persuaded the Hansa states to work with him because Valdemar threatened their access through the Sound and to the lucrative herring trade. Valdemar attacked the Hansa fleet trying force them out of the Sound fishing grounds. The Hansa member states demanded action. With Lübeck in the lead, they wrote to Valdemar complaining about his interference with trade.
In the Hansa states, Sweden, and Norway allied against Valdemar seeking retribution. Combined with the rebellious nobles in Jutland, they forced Valdemar out of Denmark at Easter in He appointed his friend and advisor Henning Podebusk c.
They agreed to a truce so long as Valdemar acknowledged their right to free trade and fishing rights in the Sound. They also forced the king to grant the Hanseatic League a say in Denmark's succession after Valdemar's death.
Valdemar was forced to sign the Treaty of Stralsund in , which acknowledged Hansa rights to participate in the herring trade and tax exemptions for its trading fleet.
The king was able to return to Denmark after an absence of four years. Valdemar received Gotland, however, so even in defeat he was able to salvage something for himself and Denmark. Even while dealing with the Hansa states, he was trying to suppress rebellious nobles who tried to assert the rights they had forced Valdemar's father to concede, and fight the Swedes and Norwegians.
He was in the process of taking gradual control of southern Jutland when he fell ill. But before anything along those lines was done, Valdemar died at Gurre Castle in north Zealand on 24 October King Valdemar was a pivotal figure in Danish history; he gradually reacquired the lost territories that had been added to Denmark over the centuries.
His heavy-handed methods, endless taxation, and usurpation of rights long held by noble families led to uprisings throughout Valdemar's reign. His attempt to recreate Denmark as a power in northern Europe was welcomed by the Danes in the beginning, but Valdemar's policies met with bitter opposition by the great landed families of Jutland. He expanded the powers of the king based upon his military prowess and the loyal nobility that became the foundation of Danish rulers until Many foreigners were appointed as court officials and councillors.
The most important of them was the German-Slavic nobleman Henning Podebusk who was drost prime minister from to Valdemar IV is often regarded as one of the most important of all Danish medieval kings. The sources give the impression of an intelligent, cynical, reckless and clever ruler with a talent for both policies and economy.
His grandson Albert by his eldest daughter Ingeborg was offered unsuccessfully by his grandfather Albert II, Duke of Mecklenburg as Valdemar's successor. His nickname "Atterdag" is usually interpreted as "day again" its literal meaning in Danish , indicating that he brought new hope to the realm after a dark period of bad kingship.
The epithet has also been suggested as a misinterpretation of the Middle Low German phrase "ter tage" "these days" , which can best be interpreted as "what times we live in! Many stories, ballads, and poems have been made about Valdemar. He was "reinvented' as one of the Danish hero kings during the midth century when Denmark was fighting Germany for its traditional southern Jutland region.
After the wedding, the couple traveled to Viborg to be officially greeted as king and queen of Denmark.
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