Greifswald Treaty of Alliance of 1715

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Greifswald Treaty of Alliance of 1715

 

a treaty between Russia and Hanover against Sweden, signed October 17 (28) in Greifswald, Germany. George, the elector of Hanover, and Peter I agreed to mutual cooperation in obtaining lands on the conclusion of peace with Sweden. Denmark and Prussia also joined the treaty. It never had any practical significance.

REFERENCES

Polnoe sobranie zakonov Rossiiskoi imperii, vol. 5. St. Petersburg, 1830. no. 2941.
Feigina, S. A. Alandskii kongress: Vneshniaia politika Rossii v kontse Severnoi voiny. Moscow. 1959.
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