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Treaty of Berlin


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Treaty of Commerce between Baden and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 7 June 1845

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Oldenburg and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 9 June 1845

Treaty of Commerce between Nassau and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 18 June 1845

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Sardinia and the Zollverein, signed at Berlin, 23 June 1845

Treaty of Commerce between Bavaria and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 30 June 1845

Treaty of Commerce between Hesse-Cassel and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 1 December 1845

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Oldenburg and Sardinia, signed at Berlin, 21 April 1846

Treaty of Commerce between Portugal and Wurtemberg, signed at Berlin, 13 October 1845

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Portugal and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 20 February 1844

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Portugal and Saxony, signed at Berlin, 19 September 1844

Treaty of Commerce between Brunswick and Portugal, signed at Berlin, 20 December 1844

Treaty of Commerce between Portugal and Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, signed at Berlin, 24 December 1844

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Belgium and Russia, signed at Berlin, 14 February 1850

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Germany and Sweden, signed at Berlin, 2 May 1911

Treaty of Alliance between Prussia and Sweden, signed at Berlin, 16 August 1707

Treaty of Cession between Anhalt-Dessau and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 18 November 1718

Treaty of Alliance between Prussia and Wurtemberg, signed at Berlin, 8 December 1716

Treaty of Guarantee between Hanover and Prussia, signed at Berlin, 4 August 1719

 

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Treaty between Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Russia, and Turkey for the Settlement of Affairs in the East, signed 13 July 1878 (153 C.T.S. 171), involving the dismantling of parts of the Ottoman Empire, with guarantees for minorities.

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