Treaty of London


Treaty of London

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  • Treaty of London (1913) — The Treaty of London was signed on 30 May 1913, to deal with territorial adjustments arising out of the conclusion of the First Balkan War.HistoryThe combatants were the victorious Balkan League (Serbia, Greece, Bulgaria, and Montenegro) and the… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1518) — The Treaty of London in 1518 was a non aggression pact between the major European nations. The signatories were France, England, Holy Roman Empire, the Papacy, Spain, Burgundy and the Netherlands, all of whom agreed not to attack each other and… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1864) — The Treaty of London in 1864 was in regards to the United Kingdom ceding the United States of the Ionian Islands to Greece. The United Kingdom had held an amical protectorate over the islands since the 1815 Treaty of Paris. The federated United… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1946) — The Treaty of London was negotiated between Great Britain and Transjordan on March 22, 1946. It concerned the sovereignty and independence of the Arab state of Transjordan, which would now be known as the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan with… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1700) — The Treaty of London, agreed on March 25, 1700 and sometimes known as the Second Partition Treaty, was an attempt to restore the Pragmatic Sanction following the death of Duke Joseph Ferdinand of Bavaria, which had undermined the First Partition… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1827) — The Treaty of London was signed by the United Kingdom, France, and Russia on July 6, 1827. The three main European powers had called upon Greece and the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) to cease hostilities. The allied powers had mainly wanted this treaty …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1359) — The Treaty of London (also known as the Second Treaty of London) was proposed by England, accepted by France, and signed in 1359. After Edward of Woodstook soundly defeated the French at Poitiers (during the Hundred Years War), where they… …   Wikipedia

  • Treaty of London (1604) — The Treaty of London, signed in 1604, concluded the twenty year Anglo Spanish War. The negotiations took place at Somerset House in London and are sometimes known as the Somerset House Conference.After the death of Queen Elizabeth in 1603, her… …   Wikipedia


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