Treaty of Warsaw
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Treaty of Warsaw may refer to:
- Treaty of Warsaw (1705), a Polono-Lithuanian–Swedish alliance during the Great Northern War
- Treaty of Warsaw (1745), an alliance between Britain, Austria, the Dutch Republic and Poland-Saxony agreeing to uphold the Pragmatic Sanction
- Treaty of Warsaw (1768) (Polish: Traktat Warszawski), granting rights to religious minorities
- Treaty of Warsaw (1773), treaty of session between Poland and Austria, provided that the new frontier of Poland should follow a petty stream called the Podhorze river which was later found to have no existence; treaty between Poland and Prussia: Frederick II guaranteed the free exercise of religion for the Catholics of the annexed provinces
- Treaty of Warsaw (1920), between Poland and the Ukrainian National Republic during the Polish–Soviet War
- Treaty of Warsaw (1955), also known as the Warsaw Pact
- Treaty of Warsaw (1970), border agreement between West Germany and the People's Republic of Poland.
- Treaty of Warsaw (1990), Polish–German border agreement finalizing the Oder–Neisse line
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