Treaty of Szatmár
The Treaty of Szatmár (or the Peace of Szatmár) was signed at Szatmár (now Satu Mare, Romania) on April 30, 1711 between Holy Roman Emperor Charles VI, Hungarian Commander-in-Chief Sándor Károlyi and Imperial Field Marshal János Pálffy. Based on the terms of the accord, Charles promised to maintain the integrity of both Transylvanian and Hungarian estates. Moreover, the accord officially ended the Kuruc Rebellion led by Francis II Rákóczi. The impact of the treaty was evident on May 1, 1711 when 12,000 former advocates of Rákóczi swore allegiance to the Habsburg dynasty in the fields outside of Majtény in Szatmár.
See also 
- Hungary - The Modern Period
- Hungarian History - Chapter VII
- Hungary before Socialist Industrialization
- WHKMLA: The Kuruc Rebellion, 1703-1711