Anglo-French truce

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Historical Context Note

An Anglo-French truce brings to an end the fighting of the War of the Spanish Succession. France agrees to recognise the Hanoverian right to succession in Britain, while in response the British accept the Bourbon Philip V as King of Spain.
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Editors. "Anglo-French truce". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 April 2011
[, accessed 25 November 2015.]

Related Groups

  1. War of the Spanish Succession