Peace of Belgrade between the Emperor Charles VI and Turkey

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Historical Context Note

Emperor Charles VI and the Ottoman Turks sign the Peace of Belgrade. By the terms of this agreement, Austria is forced to give up Orsova, Belgrade and Serbia, which she had gained by the Treaty of Passarowitz.
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Editors. "Peace of Belgrade between the Emperor Charles VI and Turkey". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
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