|Treaty of Amsterdam|
|Type of treaty||Land Treaty|
|Drafted||8 August 1812|
| 24 December 1812|
|Effective||1 January 1813|
|Signatories|| Rudolph I |
The Treaty of Amsterdam was an exchange of lands between the European powers of Hamburg and the Netherlands.
- The Kingdom of the Netherlands will transfer the personal union over Westphalia to the Kingdom of Hamburg. This means that the Westphalian lands will transfer from Rudolph I to Wilhelm II's domain.
- The Kingdom of the Netherlands will transfer the colony of Nieuw-Holland (Australia) to the Kingdom of Hamburg.
- The Kingdom of Hamburg will transfer their Indonesian territories consisting of Aceh and small islands off of Sumatra to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
- The Kingdom of Hamburg will transfer their Indonesian pacts and deals with local rulers to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
- The Duchy of Luxembourg will be separated from the Westphalia, and put under a personal union with the Kingdom of the Netherlands under Rudolph I as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
- The nation's African colonies will be separated from Westphalia, and be transfered to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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