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Treaty of the Eighteen Articles

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Treaty of the Eighteen Articles

The Treaty of the Eighteen Articles was a proposal for a treaty between Belgium and the Netherlands to establish borders between the two countries. It was finalised in London on 26 June 1831.[1] Though it was accepted by Belgium, it failed due to the resistance of the Dutch monarch William I.

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External links

  • Chronology: The July Monarchy (1830 - 1848)
  • Treaties (1911 Encyclopædia Britannica Volume V27, p. 232)
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