Treaty of Berlin between the Emperor and Prussia

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Historical Context Note

Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI and Frederick William of Prussia sign the Treaty of Berlin. By the terms of this agreement, the Emperor recognises Prussia's claim to Berg and Ravenstein, while Prussia guarantees the succession delineated by the Pragmatic Sanction.
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Editors. "Treaty of Berlin between the Emperor and Prussia". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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