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|Treaty of Toledo|
|The Toledo Peace Treaty of the Grand Coalition, the United Islamic States and the Empire of Hispania|
|Type of treaty||Peace treaty|
| 13 December 1749|
|Sealed||21 December 1749|
| 1 January 1750|
New nations must sign in order to be under the protection of the Treaty
|Signatories|| Grand Coalition:
|Parties||Grand Coalition, Empire of Hispania, UIN|
|Depositary||Not yet decided|
|Languages||Arabic, Aragonese, Basque, Catalan, Croatian, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Spanish, Urdu|
The Treaty of Toledo, signed in 1749, was one of the most important documents in early modern history, officially ending the state of war between members of the Grand Coalition, their allies, colonies, and territorial possessions, and the Empire of Hispania. The Treaty of Toledo ended the War of the Grand Coalition, which at the time had been one of the biggest conflicts the world had ever seen, involving contingents and belligerents from across almost all continents, for the first time on a major scale. The War of the Grand Coalition, and likewise the Treaty of Toledo, largely put an end to the Empire of Hispania, dividing up its territories among other nations of Europe and the globe. The treaty also established important concepts, such as the preservation of the balance of power in Europe, and the Leopoldine Doctrine, which sought to end European intervention in current and future independent Hesperian and Borealian states.
Article I: General Terms
- All hostilities between the allied nations of Europe and across the globe, their co belligerent, allies, colonies, and territorial possessions shall cease hostilities against the Empire of Hispania.
Article II: Territorial Concessions in Italy
- The Kingdom of Lombardy shall be released from Spain and placed in personal union with the Kingdom of Westphalia and the Netherlands, while all its respective vassals shall become vassals of Westphalia, including Ravenna and Modena. Similarly all northern Italian states under the ownership or possession shall be ceded to Westphalia, as shall the city of Monaco.
- The region of Tyrol shall be partitioned between Westphalia and Bavaria, with the former regions of Austrian Switzerland and the principality of Lichtenstein ceded in personal Union with the Kingdom of Westphalia and the Netherlands. The eastern half of Tyrol, including the city of Innsbruck, shall be established as a vassal of the Kingdom of Bavaria.
- The Kingdom of Venezia, including the city of Venice, shall be ceded to Bavaria as a vassal, as part of Tyrol.
- Italy will become a Roman vassal, comprised of Malta, Sicily, and Italy up to five km north from the cities of Ravenna and Florence, including the island of Elba. Furthermore, Rome pledges to not cross the northern border that separates Italy and Lombardy unless reacting to an attack. Failure to uphold this provision means sanctions on Rome by the nations signing this treaty.
- The northern region of Romagna shall be ceded to Westphalia as a vassal.
- The island of Corsica shall be directly annexed into the Kingdom of Sardinia, Vassal of France.
Article III: Territorial Concessions in Spain
- The Balearic Islands shall be ceded from Spain to the Kingdom of France, with the exception of the island of Minorca, which shall be ceded to Westphalia.
- The Crown of Aragon shall be released as an independent nation in Europe, and shall be supported by the Kingdom of France in establishing its independence.
- The Kingdom of Navarre shall be released as an independent nation in Europe, and shall be supported by the Empire of Britannia in establishing its independence. Spain shall also cede additional territories to Navarre to protect the Basque homeland and its prosperity.
- Galicia shall be ceded as a puppet of Hamburg, and shall be placed under Hamburg's military occupation to ensure order during this transition.
- A series of enclaves shall be established in Spain to allow for garrisoning of coalition members in the peninsula in the future. The cities of Gibraltar and Ceuta shall be ceded to the nation of Croatia, the city of Cadiz shall be ceded to Westphalia, and the city of Cartagena shall be ceded to France.
- A section of Aragon in the northeast shall be ceded to the Kingdom of France.
Article IV: Territorial Concessions in Africa
- Spain shall release the territory of Melilla, previously annexed from the Archduchy of Austria, to the nation of Westphalia.
- Algiers shall be established as part of the Kingdom of Africa (French Tunisia), Vassal of France.
- The territory of Kluftland, previously annexed by Spain from Austria, shall be ceded as a colony of Westphalia, as shall all former Austrian and German colonies in West Africa. Portions of Westenland shall be returned, including the coast south of Morocco, as shall Cape Verde and the Canary Islands.
- The remaining Spanish territory of Oyo shall be annexed by the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Kongo, three islands in the Indian Ocean (see map), and South Africa shall also be annexed by the Netherlands.
- Spanish East Africa, Zanzibar, and all remaining Spanish possessions in Continental East Africa will be annexed to the French Possessions of East Africa, Madagascar will be designated as a protectorate of the Kingdom of France.
Article V: Territorial Concessions in Asia
- The Maldives shall be recognized as territory of the Roman Empire.
- The Empire of Lanka shall be ceded a portion of Spanish trade cities in India.
- The Empire of Urdustan shall be ceded the Spanish territories in Burma and India as vassals, while a portion of these territories and all remaining Spanish trade cities shall be ceded to the Suri Empire.
- A select few islands of the Philippines and Spanish Pacific territories, shall be ceded to the Netherlands. Similarly the Netherlands shall inherit all claims to the islands of Hawaii from Spain.
- France shall be ceded two thirds of the Philippines, while Hamburg shall be ceded the rest.
- Spain's three trade cities in China shall be distributed equally among Britannia, the Netherlands, and France.
Article VI: Territorial Concessions in Australia
- The southeast and northern Spanish colony in Australia shall be ceded to the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
- The island of Tasmania shall be ceded to the Roman Empire.
- The northern peninsula of the concession ceded to the Netherlands shall be granted to the Demak Sultanate.
- The Empire of Britannia shall be ceded all trade posts and settlements in the western half of Australia, and likewise all nations of this treaty shall recognize Britannia's ownership of the western half of the continent, and the eastern half to the Netherlands.
Article VII: Territorial Concessions in Hesperia
- The southern sections of Hesperia shall be designated the Dominion of Patagonia, and ceded to the Empire of Britannia. A section north of Patagonia shall be designated the Dominion of Argentina, and likewise ceded to the Empire of Britannia. The Falkland and Sandwich Islands, plus a select few Antarctic territories will be ceded to the Kingdom of Westphalia.
- The Island of Kerguelen and all remaining Spanish Antarctic territories shall be ceded to the Kingdom of France.
- The region of Uruguay shall be released as an independent nation in Hesperia, as shall Buenos Aires. The Protectorate of Vorlayacor shall be released from Spanish influence and likewise established as an independent nation.
- Two colonies in New Spain shall be ceded as territories of the Netherlands (to be named and specified later).
- The Peruvian Confederation shall be released from Spanish influence, and shall become a protectorate of the Kingdom of France. Sections of Spanish territory shall be annexed by Peru.
- Remaining territories north of the Dutch claim shall be ceded to the Kingdom of France.
Article VIII: Territorial Concessions in Borealia
- Central America shall be divided into eight protectorates, with the protectorate of Nicaragua under French administration, the Yucatan under British administration, one to Hamburg, Oldenburg, and Bavaria each, and the remaining states to the Dutch.
- In exchange for the concession of the Yucatan to the Empire of Britannia, formerly designated to Rome, Britannia will cede the territory of Neu Franken to Rome.
- The former Spanish protectorate of Zapotec shall be released as the Dominion of Mexaca, which will be created as a protectorate of the Empire of Britannia.
- The Baja peninsula shall be ceded to the Dominion of the Mexaca. Similarly, sections of southern Texas and California will be ceded to Mexaca.
- Texas and California shall be annexed to the colony of Cahokienne of the Kingdom of France.
- Northern California shall be established as a territory of New Bavaria.
- The island of Cuba shall be ceded to the Empire of Britannia.
Article IX: Sovereignty and Balance of Europe
- All newly created independent nations in Europe shall be under the protection of the states of this treaty, and Spain shall make no attempts to retake any of these territories. Similarly, the nations of this treaty shall enforce these nations' independence and sovereignty from all foreign invasion and influence for a minimum of fifty years.
- All newly created independent nations in Borealia and Hesperia shall be under the protection of the states of this treaty, and Spain shall make no attempts to retake any of these territories. Similarly, the nations of this treaty shall enforce these nations' independence and sovereignty from all foreign invasion and influence into perpetuity. Each newly created, independent nation in the Americas shall provide military and financial support against the nation of Spain in the future if needed. Together this term shall be known as the Leopoldine Doctrine.
- All nations at war with Spain shall agree to ally against Spain in the event that it poses a threat to a member of this treaty, or attempts to regain power at the expense of the balance of power in Europe.
Article X: Reparations and Compensation
- Spain shall pay a war indemnity of 10% of their income over the next fifty years equally between the members of this treaty.
- To compensate Croatia, half of the former Italian fleet will be given to Croatia, while the other half will go to Rome.
- To further compensate Croatia, any closure of the straits of the Adriatic Sea will be seen and recognized as a direct threat to Croatian sovereignty. Should Rome close the straits, the signers of this treaty will do all in their power to reopen the straits. This provision is void if Croatia initiates hostilities first or if a different power closes the straits, in which case Rome will be obliged to join Croatia.
- Half of the remaining Spanish fleet shall be granted to the Netherlands, while the other half shall be equally divided between the Kingdom of France and the Empire of Britannia.
- Hamburg: Friedrich IV von Hamburg, by the Grace of God, Duke of Hamburg, Duke of Mecklenburg, Count of Holstein, Leige-Protector of Stade and Münster, Protector of Aceh: Gib clay, remove Kebab
- Britannia: Emperor James of Scotland, Supreme ruler of Britannia and her holding and Dominions thereof, Defender of The Western Faith, Most August. FOR THE GLORY OF THE PARTY! 00:47, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- Croatia: His High Excellency, Bajan Ivan "Torkvat" Korjaković I. Gusić, Bajan of the Grand Croatian Bajanate, Ban of the Croatian Banate, Ban of the Czech Banate, Ban of Goa, Ban of Čudoljubovo, Banovac of Dahomey, Lord of the Eastern Adriatic: SkyGreen24(P,Q) 00:49, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- Peruvian Confederation: Huascar II, Sapa Inca of Tawatinsuyu, Lord of Peru and her Peoples, and Honorable Leader of the Peruvian Confederation and Andean Monarchy, representing the Lesser Kings of Peru:
- Bavaria: Her Majesty, Queen Frances I von Wittelsbach. Ordained by God: Queen of Bavaria, Queen of Austria, Duchess Dowager of Pomerania. Cookiedamage (talk) 00:55, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- Roman Empire: Constantine X Palaiologos, Emperor and Autocrat of the Romans. "This is not your grave but you are welcome in it." 00:56, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- Aragon: His Grace Charles V of the House of Trastamara-Wittelsbach, the rightful King of Aragon, Count of Barcelona
- Netherlands: Leopold II von Habsburg-Nassau-Orleans, Holy Roman Emperor and King of Netherlands and Westphalia
- France: Jean Francois I, Emperor of Francia, Lord of Africa, Sardinia and Corsica, King of the Rhenish, King of Basse Bourgogne, Duke of Artois, Protector of Madasikara and ruler of Cahokie - Sine dei gloriem "Ex Initio Terrae" (talk) 02:01, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- County of Oldenburg: Their High Noble Mightinesses the Regency Council of Oldenburg - Callumthered (talk) 05:08, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- Kingdom of Navarre: His Royal Majesty, Erramun de Evreux, King of Navarre, Prince of Pamplona, Leader of the Basque People and Hero of their Revolt. I'd rather be a hammer than a nail... 11:28, January 5, 2015 (UTC)
- 20px Demak Sultanate: Sultan of Demak, Sultan Adi. Consul Ioshua (Talk)
17:30, January 17, 2015 (UTC)