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Actes et Memoires des Negociations de la Paix de Ryswick. Tome Second.- Nouvelle Edition.

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The Treaty of Ryswick (1697) concluded the conflict known as King William's War, begun when William and Mary overthrew James II of England, who fled to France and persuaded Louis XIV to take his side. The war saw heavy fighting in Hudson's Bay and Canada, and frequent Indian incursions against settlers in New England. The West Indies were also a center of conflict, and several islands changed hands during the war. Because of the desire of the British to obtain peace, concessions were made here to allow the French to keep much of what they had seized in Hudson's Bay, laying the ground for further conflict and displeasing many British traders. Elsewhere, the status quo ante was reverted to, with much seized territory changing hands back to the pre-war kingdoms, and with no provisions made in the treaty to address the outstanding territorial grievances, which only led to later conflict.

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kategória: Régiség > Francia >
kiadó: Haye, Jean van Duren, 1725.
cikkszám / ISBN: 0039788
kötés: kötve/egészbőr
oldalszám: LXIV, 581, [18] (Table) p. + 5 Plates (folding)
könyv nyelve: francia

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