Treaty of Conflans
The Treaty of Conflans (or the Peace of Conflans) was signed on October 1465 between King Louis XI of France and Count Charles of Charolais. This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine defeated King Louis' forces. The dukes forced King Louis to sign the agreement, which officially ended the League of the Public Weal. Based on the terms of the treaty, Normandy was restored to the Duke of Berri and Burgundy reclaimed a number of towns on the Somme. However, King Louis attempted to avoid the treaty, as well as to split the League of the Public Weal by diplomatic means.
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