Treaty of Lübeck


Treaty of Lübeck

The Treaty of Lübeck was signed in Lübeck on May 22, 1629 by Albrecht von Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland, and King Christian IV of Denmark-Norway. This agreement formally ended Denmark's participation in the Thirty Years' War. The terms of the treaty allowed King Christian to maintain Danish territories (i.e. Holstein) under the condition that the king no longer intervene further in German/Habsburg affairs. This agreement was considered a victory for both Catholics and Habsburgs.

ee also

*List of treaties

External links

* [http://www.pipeline.com/~cwa/Stralsund_Phase.htm#The_Treaty_of_Lubeck The Siege of Stralsund, the Peace of Lübeck and the Edict of Restitution]
* [http://www.thecaveonline.com/APEH/thirtyyearswar.html The Thirty Years' Wars 1618 - 1648 & 1733 - 1763]
* [http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_761572707/Thirty_Years%E2%80%99_War.html#s3 Encarta Encyclopedia: Thirty Years' War]
* [http://www.fsmitha.com/h3/h25-war.html MacroHistory: The Thirty Years' War]


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