Home power

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As power base is referred to all the available territorial possession of a noble family in a feudal domination structures.

Of particular importance is the power base in came the Holy Roman Empire in the late Middle Ages , because there the power of a royal family since the interregnum depended on the size of his power base. Many German rulers strove to expand their domestic power and therefore pursued an intensive domestic power policy . The importance of domestic power increased due to the increased use of imperial pledges by royalty (especially in the 14th century), since the kings no longer relied primarily on the dwindling imperial property , but on their own available property.

In a figurative sense , a house power is the support-based power within an organization that someone can rely on to achieve political or economic goals.

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