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Capitulation between France and Sweden, signed at Stralsund, 7 September 1807

258 OXENSTIERNA in Stralsund to ELIZABETH 4 July 1636

Convention of Subsidy between Great Britain and Sweden, signed at Stralsund, 23 June 1807

Postal Convention between Prussia and Sweden-Norway, signed at Stralsund, 1 March 1821

Convention between Denmark and Poland (and Russia), signed at the Camp before Stralsund, 7(18) September 1711

Treaty between Denmark and Prussia concerning the Division of Pomerania, signed at the Camp before Stralsund, 18 December 1715

Cartel for the Recovery of Deserters between Brunswick-Luneburg-Wolfenbuttel and Sweden, signed at Stralsund, 20 October 1725

Convention relative to the Handing Over of Swedish Pomerania etc. between Prussia and Sweden, signed at Stralsund, 24 November 1815

Convention between Prussia and Sweden respecting the Postal Service between Ystad and Stralsund, signed at Berlin, 25 March 1818

Treaty between Russia and Prussia concerning the Co-operation of Russian Forces against Sweden, signed at the Camp before Stralsund 30 September/St. Petersburg, 30 October 1715

Treaty between Prussia and Sweden-Norway for a Mail-Ship service between Stockholm and Stettin and Ystad and Stralsund, signed at Berlin, 25 March 1861

Act between Prussia and Sweden-Norway additional to the Convention of 1 March 1821 relative to the Postal Service between Gstad and Stralsund, signed at Berlin, 11 September 1826

 

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Swedish ceramics factory. From 1648 to 1814 the city of Stralsund in Pomerania (now Germany) belonged to Sweden, and the faience factory there (1757–90) was therefore a Swedish concern. Joachim ...

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