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 Station Information - Peace of Pressburg
The 1st Peace of Pressburg was signed in Bratislava on July 2 1271 between the Czech king Ottakar II and the Hungarian king Stephen V of Hungary.
The 2nd Peace of Pressburg (more often called Treaty of Pressburg or Treaty of Bratislava) was signed in Bratislava in on November 7 1491 between Maximilian of Habsburg, the archduke of Austria and German emperor, and Ladislaus II, the king of Hungary.
The 3rd Peace of Pressburg was signed in Bratislava in December 30 1626 between Gabor Bethlen, the leader of the Bethlen Uprising (1619-1626) – one of the anti-Habsburg uprisings of the 17th century in Slovakia, and the emperor Ferdinand II of Habsburg.
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 Peace of Pressburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Fourth Peace of Pressburg of 1805 during the Napoleonic Wars is the most well-known (see Treaty of Pressburg).
The Second Peace of Pressburg (also known as the Treaty of Pressburg and the Treaty of Bratislava) was signed in Bratislava on November 7, 1491 between Emperor Maximilian I and King Ladislaus II of Hungary.
The Third Peace of Pressburg was signed in Bratislava on December 30, 1626 between Gabriel Bethlen of Transylvania, the leader of an uprising against the Habsburg Monarchy from 1619-1626, and Emperor Ferdinand II.
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 MAXIMILIAN II., KING OF BAVARIA - LoveToKnow Article on MAXIMILIAN II., KING OF BAVARIA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
His reward came with the treaty of Pressburg (Dec. 26, 1805), by the terms of which he was to receive the royal title and important territorial acquisitions in Swabia and Franconia to round off his kingdom.
Maximilian was compelled to assent to the treaty of Arras in 1482 between the states of the Netherlands and Louis XI.
This treaty provided that Maximilian's daughter Margaret should marry Charles, the dauphin of France, and have for her dowry Artois and Franche-Comte, two of the provinces in dispute, while the claim of Louis on the duchy of Burgundy was tacitly admitted.
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 Encyclopedia: Treaty of Pressburg
Bratislava (Pozsony in Hungarian; until 1919 Prešporok in Slovak and Pressburg in German (previously also the usual name in English)) is the capital of Slovakia and the countrys largest city, with a population of some 430,000.
The Treaty of Campo Formio was signed on October 17, 1797 (26 Vendémiaire, Year VI of the French Republic) by Napoleon Bonaparte and Count Ludwig von Cobenzl as representatives of France and Austria.
The Treaty of Lunéville was signed on February 9, 1801 between the French Republic and the Holy Roman Empire by Joseph Bonaparte and Louis, Count Cobentzel, respectively.
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 Andreas Hofer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
When Tyrol was transferred from Austria to Bavaria in the Treaty of Pressburg in 1805, Hofer became a leader of the anti-Bavarian movement.
In January 1809, he was part of a delegation to Vienna where Emperor Francis II of Austria gave nominal support of a possible uprising.
Hofer's hopes were dashed again on October 14 when the Treaty of Schönbrunn yet again ceded Tyrol to Bavaria.
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 Treaty of Pressburg -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
It is also known as the Fourth (Click link for more info and facts about Peace of Pressburg) Peace of Pressburg.
The gains of the previous treaties of (Click link for more info and facts about Campo Formio) Campo Formio and (Click link for more info and facts about Lunéville) Lunéville were reiterated and Austrian holdings in Italy and Bavaria were ceded to France.
An (Legal exemption from liability for damages) indemnity of 40 million francs to France was also included in the treaty.
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 Napoleonic Wars - FreeEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Early victories in Switzerland and Italy were promising, but Russia withdrew; the British declined to engage and the Austrians were left to face the returning Napoleon at Marengo (June 14, 1800) and then at Hohenlinden (December 3).
The Treaty of Amiens (1802) made peace between Britain and France, marked the final collapse of the Second Coalition.
The French "perfidity" led to Britain refusing to honour the treaty and the renewal of hostilities from May 18, 1803.
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 Third Coalition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Austrian army in Italy under Archduke Charles was forced to retreat without a battle by the French victories in Germany, and allied landings in northern Germany and Naples were abortive.
Austria was eliminated from the coalition and evicted from Italy by the Treaty of Pressburg.
Napoléon had defeated Russia in battle but it remained in the war, and Prussia entered the war in 1806, in protest at French violation of its territory in the 1805 campaign.
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The Treaty of Pressburg was signed on December 26,
December 4 and negotiations for the treaty began.
Holy Roman Empire, Francis II became instead Emperor Francis I of Austria and a new entity the Confederation of the Rhine was later created by Napoleon.
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 Fifth Coalition - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The UK was already fighting France at sea and in alliance with rebels in Spain in the Peninsular War.
Austria raised a fresh army to try to overturn the negative results of previous wars that had culminated in the Treaty of Pressburg.
Although Austria won minor defensive victories, the absence of Russia or Prussia from the coalition meant that Austria was outnumbered and eventually defeated at the Battle of Wagram.
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 Treaty of Paris 1815
By comparing it with the treaty of the previous year a large part of what that episode cost France can be ascertained.
But whatever may be the result of this deliberation, all the Fortresses and Positions occupied by the Allied troops shall, at the expiration of 5 years, be evacuated without further delay, and given up to His Most Christian Majesty, or to his heirs and successors.
The Treaty of Paris of the 30th of May, 1814, and the Final Act of the Congress of Vienna of the 9th of June, 1815, are confirmed.
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 Pressburg, Treaty of --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The Treaty of Washington, signed on May 8, 1871, dealt with the Alabama claims issue between the...
According to modern diplomatic usage, the term treaty is confined to particularly significant international agreements.
Over the years, a number of treaties were needed for the building and subsequent use of the Panama Canal.
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 AllRefer.com - Dalmatia (Balkans Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
The Treaty of Campo Formio (1797) gave Venetian Dalmatia to Austria, and the Treaty of Pressburg (1805) gave it to France.
By the secret Treaty of London (1915) the Allies promised Dalmatia to Italy in return for Italian support in World War I. In Dec., 1918, it became part of the newly established kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes (after 1929 Yugoslavia), but Italy continued to claim Dalmatia.
The Treaty of Rapallo (1920) gave Dalmatia to Yugoslavia, except for Zadar and several islands, which subsequently passed to Italy.
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 AcademicDB - Why did it take so long to defeat France in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars?
ce treaty of Pressburg in 1806 and Prussia in ceding large territories to France- and the coalition reversed on Britain with the Berlin Decree.
His underhand tactics are shown by the Treaty of Tilsit, in which Napoleon almost guaranteed Alexander of Russia the title of 'Emperor of the East'.
After the Treaty, France had annexed Belgium, Nice, Savoy, Dalmatia, and Croatia, and formed satellite states of Holland, Confederation of the Rhine, Westphalia, Italy, Warsaw, and Switzerland.
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THE Peace of Pressburg, : see under Treaty of Pressburg.
The 2nd Peace of Pressburg (more often called Treaty of Pressburg or Treaty of Bratislava) was signed in Bratislava on November 7, 1491 between Maximilian of Habsburg, the archduke of
The 3rd Peace of Pressburg was signed in Bratislava on December 30, 1626 between Gabor Bethlen, the leader of the Bethlen Uprising (1619-1626) – one of the anti-Habsburg uprisings of the 17th century in Slovakia, and the emperor
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 Treaty of Pressburg - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Treaty of Pressburg - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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The article about Treaty of Pressburg contains information related to Treaty of Pressburg.
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 Treaty of Pressburg 1805
Austria became a member of the Third Coalition upon the terms outlined in the Treaty of Alliance between France and Britain Ulm and Austerlitz forced her to withdraw and to accept the terms granted by Napoleon in this treaty.
The present Treaty of peace is declared common to their Most Serene Highnesses the Electors of Bavaria, Wurtemburg, and Baden, and to the Batavian Republic, allies in the present war of His Majesty the Emperor of the French, King of Italy.
His Majesty the Emperor Napoleon guarantees the integrity of the Empire of Austria in the condition wherein it shall be in consequence of the present Treaty of peace, like-wise the integrity of the possessions of the Princes of the House of Austria designated in the eleventh and twelfth articles.
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In the Battle of Austerlitz (December 2, 1805), part of the Napoleonic Wars against the Third Coalition, a French army of approximately 68,000 troops under Napoleon's command decisively defeated a joint Russo-Austrian army of over 89,000 troops, commanded by Russian General Kutuzov and Austrian General von Weyrother.
The battle was followed by the signing of the Treaty of Pressburg, and the dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire.
Eventually, the Russians withdrew from Austria, and the Austrians signed the Treaty of Pressburg (26 December 1805), conceding substantial territories to the French.
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 Referaty.atlas.sk - History of Bratislava   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-06)
Bratislava (German, Pressburg; Hungarian, Pozsony), capital city of Slovakia, in the south-west on the River Danube near Vienna.
In 1805, during the Napoleonic Wars, Boneparte met the Holy Roman Emperor Francis II in the city and imposed the peace terms known as the Treaty of Pressburg.
The region was abolished in 1960, and on January 1, 1993 Bratislava became the capital of a newly independent Slovakia.
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 treaty of trafalgar - Books, journals, articles @ The Questia Online Library
Diplomacy and the Borderlands: The Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819
Of the two, the Trafalgar is clearly...state to utilize the loopholes in a treaty of which it has been a leading supporter...greatly affect the value of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, which seeks to establish...
Austria, with the harsh Treaty of Pressburg (Dec. 26), was forced out of the coalition...grown stronger than ever through Nelsons victory at Trafalgar (1805), and Napoleon resolved to defeat Britain by economic...
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 WHKMLA : History of Bavaria, 1799-1815
In 1799-1800 Bavaria partially was occupied by the French, partially by the Austrians; in fall 1800, Bavaria opened negotiations with France and withdrew her troops from the Imperial army.
Napoleon quickly defeated Austria; in the Treaty of Pressburg 1805, Austria ceded Tyrol with the former Princebishoprics of Brixen and Trent, further Vorarlberg and smaller territories west of the Iller; on the other hand, Bavaria ceded the former Princebishopric of Würzburg to the former Grand Duke of Tuscany.
As it took Italian troops to defeat the rebels, the southern stretches of Tyrol, south of the Brenner Pass, were ceded to the Kingdom of Italy.
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 AllRefer.com - Pressburg, Treaty of (Treaties And Alliances) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Pressburg, Treaty of (Treaties And Alliances) - Encyclopedia
Pressburg, Treaty of, 1805, peace treaty between Napoleon I of France and Holy Roman Emperor Francis II (also emperor of Austria), signed at Pressburg (now Bratislava, Slovakia).
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 Slovakia  -  Travel Photos by Galen R Frysinger, Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Founded before the 10th century, the city was known originally as Pressburg.
Strong fortifications erected during the 12th century gave it strategic importance; from 1541 to 1784 it was the capital of Hungary.
In 1805, during the Napoleonic Wars, French Emperor Napoleon I met the Holy Roman Emperor Francis II in the city and imposed the peace terms known as the Treaty of Pressburg.
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In 1801, the chief rabbi of Pressburg, Rabbi Meshulam Igra, a giant in a time of great men five years, the community of Pressburg searched for someone capable of succeeding.
Pressburg, Treaty of (Dec. 26, 1805), agreement signed by Austria and France at Pressburg (now Bratislava, Slovakia) after Napoleon's victories at Ulm and Austerlitz; it imposed severe terms on Austria.
The Peace of Pressburg (also called Peace of Bratislava) is the name of 4 peace agreements concluded in The 1st Peace of Pressburg was signed in Bratislava on July 2.
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 Andreas Hofer
He preserved the habits of a simple peasant, and his administration was characterized in part by the peasant's shrewd common sense, but yet more by a pious solicitude for the minutest details of faith and morals.
The French in overpowering force at once pushed into the country, and, an amnesty having been stipulated in the treaty, Hofer and his companions, after some hesitation, gave in their submission.
On the 12th of November, however, urged on by the hotter heads among the peasant leaders and deceived by false reports of Austrian victories, Hofer again issued a proclamation calling the mountaineers to arms.
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