The Emperor Charles V and Francis I of France sign the Treaty of Toledo

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Historical Context Note


The Treaty of Toledo is signed by Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and Francis I of France. By this agreement, both parties promise not to make any new alliance with England without mutual consent. In addition, further marriages are arranged between the families of Hapsburg and Valois.
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Editors. "The Emperor Charles V and Francis I of France sign the Treaty of Toledo". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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