Russia and Prussia sign the Treaty of St. Petersburg. By the terms
of this agreement, Russia restores all the territory it had seized
from its Prussian neighbour, and a defensive and offensive alliance
is formed. This treaty removes Russia from the theatre of the Seven
Years' War, and allows Frederick II of Prussia to concentrate his
resources on his other European enemies.
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Editors. "Treaty of St. Petersburg between Russia and Prussia". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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