mil setentacientos trece
Spring 1713 - ending the War(s) of the Spanish Succession
Mil setecientos trece. Thousand / 7 hundred / Thirteen.
1713 = 1,713
the Spanish occupied the Netherlands for 80 years from 1549 until 1713
It was a group of treaties signed in 1713 in Utrecht and it led to the end of the War of Spanish Succession.
The Treaty of Utrecht in 1713, followed by that of Rastatt in 1714.
It was signed in 1713 by England, France, Spain, and the Netherlands, and ended the Spanish War of Succession.
The Treaty of Utrecht (1713) was a series of individual peace treaties that helped put an end to the War of Spanish Succession (known in America as "Queen Anne's War") that was being fought in order to determine who would succeed Charles II of Spain after his death.
the Spanish Netherlands c.1579-1713 *the Austrian Netherlands 1713-95 *part of France 1759-1815part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands 1815-1831Begium and Luxembourg since 1831* roughly, today's Belgium and Luxembourg
No. The Netherlands are Dutch. The phrase "Spanish Netherlands" refers to the historical provinces of France, Luxembourg, and Belgium that were ruled by the Spanish from 1581 to 1713, and then by Austria. This included all of modern Belgium, notably the cities of Brussels and Flanders.
In 1713, Buffalo, New York did not exist.