Treaty of non-aggression between France and the United Provinces

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Historical Context Note

France and the United Provinces sign a treaty of non-aggression at Compiegne. This acted as part of France's general anti-Habsburg policy in these years, since the French now began to subsidize the Dutch war effort against the Spanish.
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Editors. "Treaty of non-aggression between France and the United Provinces". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 February 2011
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