Treaty of Arras

Treaty of Arras

There have been several treaties of Arras:
* the Treaty of Arras (1435), between Charles VII of France and Philip the Good of Burgundy
* the Treaty of Arras (1482), between Louis XI of France and the governments of the Low Countries
* the Union of Arras, the pledge of loyalty to Spain by the Southern Netherlands

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