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Protocol between France and Germany relative to New Diocesan Boundaries, signed at Paris, 7 October 1874

Additional Protocol between France and Spain respecting Railways, signed at Paris, 8 March 1905

Additional Monetary Protocol between Belgium, France, Greece, Italy and Switzerland, signed at Paris, 15 March 1898

Protocol for the Suspension of Hostilities between China and France, signed at Paris, 4 April 1885

Protocol of Conference between Austria, Great Britain, Prussia and Russia, signed at Paris, 21 November 1815

Protocol and Annexed Protocol between France and Venezuela for the Settlement of Particular Claims, signed at Paris, 19 February 1902

Protocol between France and Great Britain respecting Expertise and Value of Merchandise, signed at Paris, 22 January 1874

Protocol between France and Portugal interpretative of Article 3 of the Delimitation Convention of 12 May 1886, signed at Paris, 23 January 1901

Convention and Protocol between France and Siam relative to Friendship and Boundaries, signed at Paris, 13 February 1904

Protocols and Agreement between France and Great Britain respecting Territories in the Region of the Upper Mekong, signed at Paris, 31 July, 25 November 1893

Protocol between Colombia and Venezuela respecting the Interpretation of Article I of the Treaty of 14 September 1886, signed at Paris, 15 February 1886

Protocol between France and Germany respecting the Delimitation of Dahomey, French Sudan and Togo, signed at Paris, 12 September 1912

Protocol between France and the Netherlands for the Reciprocal Recognition of Maritime Safety Regulations, signed at Paris, 17 December 1909

Protocol between Brazil, Denmark, France, Italy and Portugal and Haiti for the Abrogation of the Convention of 16 May 1864 for a European-American Telegraph, signed at Paris, 20 April 1872

Protocols of Conference between Austria, France, Great Britain, Prussia, Russia and Turkey respecting Measures to be taken for the Pacification of Syria, signed at Paris, 3 August 1860

Protocol of Conference between Austria, France, Great Britain, Prussia and Russia, and Turkey, relative to the Administration of the Lebanon, signed at Paris, 9 June 1861

Protocol of Conference fixing the Boundaries of Russia, the Principalities and Turkey, between Austria, France, Great Britain, Prussia, Russia, Sardinia, and Turkey, signed at Paris, 6 January 1857

Additional Protocol to the Convention of 18 August 1904 between France and Spain relative to Railway Communications across the Pyrenees, signed at Paris, 15 April 1908

 

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Agreements negotiated with the Germans by Admiral Darlan on behalf of the Vichy French government in May 1941. They granted the Germans, retrospectively, military facilities in Syria, and in Tunisia ...

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