The Treaty of Budapest was a treaty proposed by Archduke Ferdinand I, after the defeat of Hungary in the War for Hungary, by the combined forces of the Archduchy of Austria and the Ottoman Empire. The treaty divided Hungarian territory in two, between the winners of the war.
- Hungary is to be divided in two, the eastern side 3/5 of the land and the western side 2/5. The western part will be dealt with at the discretion of the Archduke of Austria, Ferdinand I. The rest is ceded to the Ottoman Empire.
- The Hungarian King and the Hungarian Royal family will become prisoners of the Archduchy of Austria and will be dealt with at the discretion of the Archduke of Austria, Ferdinand I.
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- Ottoman Emperor, Suleiman the Magnificent, Commander of the Faithful, Heir of the Prophet, Leader of the House of Osman, Caesar of Rome, Procurator of the Two Holy Mosques, Sultan of Sultans, Khan of Khans, Emperor of the Turkish Domains, Kapadun of the White, Red, and Black SeasI would like to thank Feud for making Borealia possible 18:26, March 1, 2016 (UTC)