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The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles

The Treaty of Versailles

Treaty Preamble

After the Brief War of the Spanish Succession, The Holy Roman Empire and Habsburg Empire has signed a White Peace with Bourbon Spain and the Kingdom of France, declaring Bourbon Victory. This Treaty Recognizes French Victory over Austria, Felipe V becoming King of Spain, and the growth of the Kingdom of Prussia. This Treaty also sees more Decentralization of the Holy Roman Empire and the Recognized Independence of Switzerland, and Sovereignty of Italy.

The Treaty of Versailles

Article One: Austria

I: Austria will surrender its Coastal Areas to The Kingdom of Spain

II: Austria will have to pay 80 Million to the Bourbon Alliance

III Silesia will become a Territory of the Kingdom of Prussia

The Treaty of Versailles

Article Two: German Confederation

I: The German Confederation will be Weakened

    A) Bavaria shall leave the Confederation

    B) Saxony shall leave the Confederation

    C) Saxony shall be annexed by Prussia

II: The German Confederation will Pay 2 Million Francs for the Release of the Duke

III: The Swiss Confederacy will regain its Independence from the Confederation

iv: The Saarland shall become a Property of the Kingdom of France

The Treaty of Versailles

Article Three: Italy

I: Venice shall be annexed to the Spanish Crown

II: The Venetian Navy shall be divided between France and Spain

III: Papal and Italian Forces shall serve as a Defense Force for Italy

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Article Four: Spain

I: Felipe V of Anjou shall be Recognized as King of Spain

II: Leopold of Austria shall drop the Claim of the Spanish Throne

The Treaty of Versailles

Article Five: France

I: French and Spanish Unity is Prohibited

II: France shall occupy The Rhine River for Six Months

Signed by

Louis XVI, King of France and Navarre
Ernest Louis, Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt
Friedrich I, King in Prussia, Elector of Brandenburg
Felipe V, King of Spain, Naples, Belgica, and Venice.
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, Archduke of Austria