Diet of Ratisbon recognises Charles VI's Pragmatic Sanction

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Historical Context Note


Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI obtains recognition of the Pragmatic Sanction by the Diet of German princes at Ratisbon, but the Electors of Saxony, Bavaria and the Palatine refuse to guarantee it.
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Editors. "Diet of Ratisbon recognises Charles VI's Pragmatic Sanction". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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