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19 Cards in this Set

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Treaty of Tordesillas (1494)
Divided the new world between Spain and Portugal
Treaty of Augsburg (1555)
Initial settlement of religious issues in Charles V's empire declares "whose region his religion" Charles V retires one yr later
Twelve Year Truce (1609)
Btwn Spain and Netherlands. Leads to independence
Peace of Westphalia (1648)
ended 30 Yrs War. one of the most significant treaties in European History which laid the foundation for France's domination of Europe.
Peace of Utrecht (1713)
Ended War of Spanish Succession. Bourbon king of Spain confirmed
Aix-la-Chappelle (1748)
Ended War of Austrian Succession. Prussia retains Silesia
Peace of Hubertusburg (1762)
Prussia retains Silesia
Treaty of Paris (1763)
Ended Seven Years War/French Indian War. France loses all of its colonial holdings in America. England poised to dominate Europe.
Treaty of Campo Formio (1798)
establishes Napoleon's supremacy. France gets Belgium and important holdings in Italy.
Treaty of Amiens (1802)
Peace with England for only 1 yr. only peace in Napoleons rule
Treaty of Tilsit (1807)
Russia joins Napoleon's Continental System
Treaty of Vienna/Congress of Vienna (1815)
France back to 1792 boarders. Bourbon restored (Louis XVIII). Prussia given lands on Rhine (Kingdom of Westphalia). Netherlands and Belgium union until 1830. Bourbon restord in Spain (Ferdinand VII)
Treaty of San Stefano (1878)
Bulgaria torn from Ottomans
Treaty of Versailles (1919)
One of the worst treaties in European history. Reparations, mandates, spheres of influence, and clause 231 all lead to outbreak of WWI
Locarno Agreement (1925)
Germany and France agree on boarder. West front of Germany guranteed but significantly not the Eastern front. Germant enters League of Nations. This agreement signaled a brief period of hope in peacve after the war. Stressman of Germany and ofther win Noble Prize for efforts.
Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928)
"Renounces war as an instrument of national policy" expressed optimism of Locarno but of corse unjustified.
Treaty of Rome (1957)
establishes the European Economic Community (ECC)
Helsinki Accords (1975)
a vague agreement signed by 35 countries including the U.S.S.R. and the U.S. which addressed issues of security, economics, science, technology, and human rights.
Treaty of Maastricht (1991)
this treaty established the framework for a European political union with a common currency. the EEC becomes EU