The Albion-Hamburg-Oldenburg Treaty, also known as the House of Hamburg-Oldenburg Family Compact was a treaty signed between the United Kingdom of Britannia, the Duchy of Hamburg, and the County of Oldenburg in 15--. The treaty codified the strong bonds between the three nations, which at the time were ruled by Countess Adelheid, her two sons, and their spouses.
The signatories agree for the lifetime of this agreement never to engage in conflict against each other.
If a signatory is attacked, the other two signatories agree to aid them.
Likewise, in the event of civil war or rebellion in any signatory-nation, the undersigned agree to aid the legitimate government.
The signatory-nations agree to mutually recognise each other's claims in the New World, Africa, and any future worlds discovered.
In the event of overlapping or disputed claims, the undersigned agree to come to a peaceful resolution through dialogue.
The three nations agree to lower tariffs on trade between the signatory-nations.
The undersigned agree to work together to ensure that Germany does not fall under the control of one nation.
Further nations may join the treaty framework, if supported by the original three nations.
Albion: King Richard IV of Hamburg, ruler of Albion, Defender of the faith, Protector of the Realms Most August and his Wife, Queen Jacqeuline of York. ALLONS-Y!!,Basically, RUN!! 01:50, June 19, 2014 (UTC)
Oldenburg: Adelheid, Countess of Oldenburg. Callumthered (talk) 00:45, June 19, 2014 (UTC)