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Vienna, Peace of

From The Peace Of Westphalia To The Congress Of Vienna

From the Congress of Vienna To the Paris Peace Treaties of 1919

Treaty of Peace and Friendship between France and Austria, signed at Vienna, 19 January 1668

Treaty of Peace between the Emperor and Empire, and Spain, signed at Vienna, 7 June 1725

Articles of Peace between the Emperor and Spain, signed at Vienna, 30 April 1725

Preliminaries of Peace between the Emperor and France, signed at Vienna, 3 October 1735

Treaty of Peace between Austria and France, signed at Vienna, 14 October 1809

Treaty of Peace between the Emperor, the Empire and France, signed at Vienna, 18 November 1738

Treaty of Peace between Austria and Morocco, signed at Vienna, 17 April 1783

Treaty of Peace between Austria-Hungary and Italy, signed at Vienna, 3 October 1866

Treaty of Peace between Austria-Hungary and Finland, signed at Vienna, 29 May 1918

Treaty between Austria-Hungary and Germany modifying Art. V of the Treaty of Peace of 23 August 1866, signed at Vienna, 11 October 1878

Treaty confirming the Treaty of Peace and Alliance of 16 March 1731 between the Emperor, Great Britain and Spain, signed at Vienna, 22 July 1731

Convention between the Emperor and France for the Execution of the Preliminaries of Peace, signed at Vienna, 11 April 1736

Convention between Austria-Hungary and Finland concerning Certain Questions of Private Law supplementary to the Treaty of Peace, signed at Vienna, 29 May 1918

Treaty of Peace and Alliance between the Emperor, Great Britain and the Netherlands, signed at Vienna, 16 March 1731

Declarations of Peace between Hungary (Empire) and Saxony (Poland), signed at Vienna/Dresden, 23/28 July 1742

Commercial Convention between Austria-Hungary and Finland supplementary to the Treaty of Peace, signed at Vienna, 29 May 1918

 

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This treaty, signed on 23 June 1606, ended the insurrection of Stephen Bocskay against Habsburg rule in Hungary. Besides guaranteeing Bocskay's position as prince of Transylvania and confirming the full ...

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