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The Treaty of Krakow was an important treaty ending hostilities between the belligerents of the German Patriot War. The treaty was signed on 1 June 1840, officially ending the war. The Treaty of Krakow is regarded as one of the fundamental documents leading to the full sovereignty and recognition of Germany.
Germany is to be acknowledged as a sovereign, independent state
All German territories currently under Germany’s rule, including territories acquired during the First Austrian War and the War of German Hegemony are to be controlled by Germany at their disclosure
The former Danish territories of the Jutland peninsula, including the territory of Schleswig-Holstein are to be annexed by Germany
The British held island of Helgoland will be ceded to Germany
Germany will release the territory of Transylvania as a German satellite
The Ottoman Empire will remove their claims to the former satellites of Moldavia and Wallachia, which will be annexed by the Russian Empire
The region of eastern Romania, including the city of Constanta will be annexed by the Russian Empire’’
Great Britain will release the islands of Malta as a satellite
The Ottoman Empire will be allowed full entry into the Black Sea for trading
The German or Swedish navy shall not enter the North Sea for thirty years