On October 24, 1648, the peace treaty was signed by the Roman-German Emperor Ferdinand III, France's King Louis XIV, and Sweden's Queen Christina. One day later, the peace was proclaimed from the steps of the town hall in Osnabrück.
The envoys in Osnabrück and Münster struggled for five years to reach compromises. The extensive treaty was to become a model for a peaceful Europe.Learn more
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