Treaty of Orebro
Memorial plate from 2012 about the Treaty of Örebro 1812
|Signed||18 July 1812|
The Treaties of Orebro the full names being the Treaty of Peace, Union, and Friendship, between His Britannic Majesty and the Emperor of all the Russias and the Treaty of Peace, Union, and Friendship, between His Britannic Majesty and the King of Sweden, were both signed on the same day, 18 July 1812, in Örebro, Sweden. They formally end the Anglo-Russian War (1807–1812) and the Anglo-Swedish War (1810–1812).
- The treaties were drawn up in French, the lingua franca of diplomacy at that time. Both the original French and the official English translation do not use diaeresis when spelling Örebro, so the official name is "Treaty of Orebro" (Great Britain Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1841, p. 13; Hansard 1812, pp. cols. 174, 175).
- Great Britain Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1841, pp. 13–17.
- Hansard 1812, pp. col. 174–177.
- Great Britain Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1841), British and Foreign State Papers (1812-1814), Volume 1 Part 1, H.M. Stationery Office, pp. 13–17
- Hansard, Thomas Curson (1812), The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, 24, Hansard, cols. 174–177
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