Treaty of Nice (1892)

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This article is about the treaty of 1892 between Italy and France. For the EU related treaty of 2001, see Treaty of Nice.

The Treaty of Nice was a military alliance treaty signed by Italy and France and revealed on September 5, 1892. The consequence of the treaty was that if one the signatories was attacked in an act of war, the other signatory must declare war on the attacker if requested.[1]

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