Treaty of Novgorod (1537)

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This article is about the 1537 treaty. For other treaties concluded in Novgorod, see Treaty of Novgorod.

The Treaty of Novgorod, signed in 1537 between the Grand Duchy of Moscow and Sweden, was a truce set to expire in sixty years. The truce lasted until the outbreak of the Russo-Swedish War (1554–1557), which was ended by the Treaty of Novgorod (1557), in a truce set likewise to expire in 1597.

Sources[edit]

  • Scott, Franklin Daniel (1988). Sweden, the nation's history. SIU Press. ISBN 0-8093-1489-4.