France and Spain sign a Peace Treaty of Nijmegen, a counterpart to
that signed by the French and Dutch the previous month. In this
agreement, not only does France gain control of Franche-Comté, but
also acquires 14 towns including Valenciennes, Cambrai and Ypres,
effectively making up a line of fortifications from the Marne to
Dunkirk. In return, France restores Charleroi, Ghent and other
conquests in the Netherlands and Catalonia.
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Editors. "Franco-Spanish peace Treaty of Nijmegen". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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