Treaty of Hamburg (1638)

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The Treaty of Hamburg was signed in Hamburg in 1638 by Cardinal Richelieu of France and representatives of Sweden. Based on the terms of the treaty, France paid Sweden 1,000,000 livres for its military contributions against the Habsburgs.[1] Moreover, the accord confirmed their alliance set by the tenets of the Treaty of Wismar.

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