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Treaty of Frankfurt


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Otto von Bismarck (1815—1898) Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg, Prussian minister and German statesman, Chancellor of the German Empire 1871–90

 

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Frankfurt, Treaty of (10 May 1871)

Frankfurt, Treaty of (10 May 1871)

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Treaty of Peace between France and Germany, signed at Frankfurt, 10 May 1871

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between Frankfurt and Great Britain, signed at London, 13 May 1832

Treaty between Frankfurt, Hesse-Cassel and Hesse-Darmstadt for the Construction of a Railway from Frankfurt to Cassel, signed at Cassel, 6 February 1845

General Treaty of the Territorial Commission of Austria, Great Britain, Prussia and Russia, signed at Frankfurt-on-Main, 20 July 1819

Treaty of Alliance between the Empire, Spain and The Netherlands, and Lorraine, signed at the Camp between Hanau and Frankfurt, 6 October 1673

Treaty of Commerce and Customs between Hesse-Cassel and Hesse-Darmstadt, signed at Frankfurt, 27 May 1829

Treaty between Baden, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hesse-Cassel, Prussia, Saxony and the States of the Thuringian Customs Union, and Hanover and Oldenburg for the Accession of Hanover and Oldenburg to the Treaties of 28 June 1864, signed at Berlin, 11 July 1864

Treaty between the Swiss Confederation and Thurn and Taxis respecting the Transfer of the Schaffhausen Postal Service to the Confederation, signed at Frankfurt-on-Main, 12 March 1853

Treaty for the Accession of Frankfurt to the Customs Union between Baden, Bavaria, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Prussia, Saxony, the Thuringian States and Wurtemberg, signed at Berlin, 2 January 1836

Commercial Treaty between Baden, Bavaria, Frankfurt, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Nassau, Prussia, Saxony, the States of the Thuringian Customs Union and Wurtemberg of the one part, and Brunswick, Hanover and Oldenburg of the other part, signed at Hanover, 1 November 1837

Treaty between Baden, Bavaria, Frankfurt, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Prussia, Saxony, the States of the Thuringian Union and Wurtemberg for the Continuance of the Zollverein, signed at Berlin, 8 May 1841

Treaty between Baden, Bavaria, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Nassau, Oldenburg, Prussia, Saxony, the States of the Thuringian Customs Union and Wurtemberg, for the Continuance and Extension of the Zollverein, signed at Berlin, 4 April 1853

Treaty between Baden, Bavaria, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Darmstadt, Nassau, Oldenburg, Prussia, Saxony, the States of the Thuringian Customs Union and Wurtemberg for the Continuation of the Customs and Commercial Union, signed at Berlin, 16 May 1865

Treaty between Baden, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hesse-Cassel, Prussia, Saxony and the States of the Thuringian Customs Union for the Continuance of the Commercial and Customs Union, signed at Berlin, 28 June 1864

Treaty between Baden, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Oldenburg, Prussia, Saxony and the States of the Thuringian Customs Union and Bavaria, Hesse-Darmstadt, Nassau and Wurtemberg for the Accession of the Latter States to the Customs-Union Treaties of 28 June and 11 July 1864, signed at Berlin, 12 October 1864

Treaty for the Promotion of a Regional Free Trade and Intercourse between Bremen, Brunswick, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hesse-Cassel, Hesse-Homburg, Nassau, Oldenburg, Reuss-Greiz (Elder and Younger Lines), Reuss-Lobenstein and Ebersdorf, Reuss-Schleiz, Saxe-Altenburg, Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and Saxe-Meiningen, Saxony and Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, signed at Cassel, 24 September 1828

 

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(10 May 1871)

An agreement that ended the Franco-Prussian War. By it France surrendered Strasburg, Alsace and part of Lorraine, together with the great fortresses of Metz to Bismarck's Germany. An indemnity of five billion gold francs was imposed by Germany on France, and a German army of occupation was to remain until the indemnity had been paid. Bismarck's aim in this treaty was to ensure that France would be entirely cut off from the Rhine.

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