Hungary and Turkey sign a five-year truce (42 words)

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A truce between Hungary and Turkey is signed to last for five years. In accordance with their agreement, the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I restores most of western Hungary to the Archduke Ferdinand, and pays him an annual tribute for his eastern share.

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Editors. "Hungary and Turkey sign a five-year truce". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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