The Treaty of Calais was a doceument which returned all territory conquered by the Kingdom of England to the Kingdom of France, it was written in 1488 as a gesture of good will to the King of France by King Richard III. It was also hosted as a celebration to the end of conflict and reconciliation of both countries and is now celebrated as holiday known as Treaty Day, which is celebrated on April 2nd.
Participants and Signers
England: King Richard III of England, Prince Edward of Middleham, Adrian Holdbine, Ambassador Derek Walden
France:King Charles VIII, Andre De Lavelle,Louis II Duke of Cal,
Scotland:King Henry VII, Ambassador Shiaf Welk