Treaty of Greifswald
The Treaty of Greifswald was concluded on 28 October 1715, during the Great Northern War. George I of Great Britain and Elector of Hanover was assured Russian neutrality in his annexation of the Swedish dominion Bremen-Verden, on which he had agreed in the Treaty of Berlin. In turn, George I accepted Russia's annexation of Swedish Ingria, Estonia with Reval and Karelia.
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- Klonowski, Martin (2005). Im Dienst des Hauses Hannover. Historische Studien (in German). 485. Matthiesen. p. 89. ISBN 3-7868-1485-6.