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Russia and France

The Paul Doumer assassination and the Russian diaspora in interwar France

Armistice between France and Russia, signed at Gebersdorf, 1 June 1813

Act between the Emperor and France, and Russia, signed at Vienna, 15 May 1736

Treaty of Commerce and Navigation between France and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg, 11 January 1787

Declaration and Counter-Declaration between Russia and France, 23 February 1762

Convention between France, Great Britain and Russia, and Egypt, signed 7 September 1828

Armistice between France and Prussia and Russia, signed at Pleiswitz, 4 June 1813

Convention between France and Prussia and Russia, signed at Neumarck, 26 July 1813

Capitulation between Austria and Russia, and France, signed at Paris, 19(31) March 1814

Treaty between Austria, Prussia and Russia, and France, signed at Paris, 11 April 1814

The Fantastic in France and Russia in the Nineteenth Century: In Pursuit of Hesitation

Treaty between France, Prussia and Russia, signed at Amsterdam, 4(15) August 1717

Armistices between France and Russia, signed at Tilsit, 9(21), 25 June 1807

Treaty of Peace between France and Russia, signed at Paris, 26 September (8 October) 1801

Secret Convention between France and Russia, signed at Paris, 28 September (10 October) 1801

Agreement between France and Russia, signed at Paris, 9(21) March 1801

Postal Convention between France and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg, 1 November 1872

Treaty of Commerce between France and Russia, signed at St. Petersburg, 2(14) June 1857

 

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