Treaty of Hamburg (1762)

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The Treaty of Hamburg was signed on 22 May 1762 in the Free City of Hamburg between Sweden and Prussia during the Pomeranian War, a theater of the Seven Years' War.

The treaty came into being after Russia had allied to Prussia on 5 May, making it impossible for Sweden to continue the war which she had entered to regain territories in Pomerania which they had previously lost. The treaty reaffirmed the pre-war status quo.

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