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Danish Sound Dues

Agreement between Denmark and Great Britain relative to the Sound Dues, signed at London, 13 May 1841

Declaration between Denmark and Sweden-Norway relative to the Sound Dues, signed at Stockholm, 19 June 1841

Convention between Denmark and Great Britain to Complete the Arrangements for the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 14 March 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Hanover relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 14 March 1857

Special Convention between Belgium and Denmark relative to the Extinction of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 14 March 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Oldenburg relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 17 March 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Mecklenburg-Schwerin relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 4 April 1857

Convention for the Discontinuance of the Sound Dues between Denmark and the United States, signed at Washington, 11 April 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and the Netherlands to Complete the Arrangements relative to the Abolition of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 17 April 1857

Special Convention relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues between Denmark and Hamburg, signed at Copenhagen, 24 April 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Prussia relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 25 April 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Lubeck relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 30 April 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and Russia relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 22 July 1857

Special Convention between Denmark and France relative to the Extinction of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 28 September 1857

Treaty between Denmark and the Two Sicilies relative to the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 2 January 1858

Special Convention between Bremen and Denmark relative to the Extinction of the Sound Dues, signed at Copenhagen, 25 January 1858

Special Treaty between Denmark and Tuscany for the Extinction of the Sound Dues, signed at Paris, 22 April 1858

Special Treaty between Denmark and Sardinia relative to the Redemption of the Sound Dues, signed at Berlin, 25 November 1857

 

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The Sound (Øresund), a narrow passage between the towns of Elsinore on the island of Sjælland, Denmark, and Helsingborg in Scania, Sweden, enabled Denmark to hold the keys to the ...

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