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First Treaties of Utrecht Signed (1713) Options
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First Treaties of Utrecht Signed (1713)

Lasting from 1701 to 1714, the War of the Spanish Succession was brought to a close with two series of treaties signed in the Dutch city of Utrecht. The first series was signed between France and other European powers, specifically Britain, the Dutch Republic, Prussia, Portugal, and Savoy. Among other concessions, France agreed to cede various territories and recognize Queen Anne as the British sovereign. After concluding these treaties, France still remained at war with what empire? More...
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First Treaties of Utrecht Signed (1713)
Lasting from 1701 to 1714, the War of the Spanish Succession was brought to a close with two series of treaties signed in the Dutch city of Utrecht. The first series was signed between France and other European powers, specifically Britain, the Dutch Republic, Prussia, Portugal, and Savoy. Among other concessions, France agreed to cede various territories and recognize Queen Anne as the British sovereign.
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Treaty of Utrecht
Treaty of Utrecht
Peace and Friendship Treaties of Utrecht
First edition of the Treaty of Utrecht
A first edition of the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht between Great Britain and Spain in Spanish (left) and a later edition in Latin and English.
Context
End of the War of the Spanish Succession
Signed 11 April 1713
Location Utrecht, United Provinces
Signatories
Kingdom of France Louis XIV of France
Flag of Spain (1701–60) Philip V of Spain
Kingdom of Great Britain Anne of Great Britain
Flag of Portugal (1707–1816) John V of Portugal
Duchy of Savoy Victor Amadeus II of Savoy
United Provinces
Languages
English Spanish Latin
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Peace and Friendship Treaty of Utrecht between Spain and Great Britain
Peace and Friendship Treaty of Utrecht between France and Great Britain
The Treaty of Utrecht, which established the Peace of Utrecht, is a series of individual peace treaties, rather than a single document, signed by the belligerents in the War of the Spanish Succession, in the Dutch city of Utrecht in March and April 1713. The treaties between several European states, including Spain, Great Britain, France, Portugal, Savoy and the Dutch Republic, helped end the war.

The treaties were concluded between the representatives of Louis XIV of France and of his grandson Philip V of Spain on one hand, and representatives of Anne, Queen of Great Britain, the Duke of Savoy, the King of Portugal and the United Provinces on the other.

The treaty marked the end of French ambitions of hegemony in Europe expressed in the wars of Louis XIV and preserved the European system based on the balance of power.[1]
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