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Histoire du Traite de Westphalie, ou Des negotiations qui se firent a Munster et a Osnabrug, pour etablir la paix entre toutes les puissances de l'Europe. Composee principalement sur les Memoires de la cour & des plenipotentiaires de France
Bib ID 738225
Format BookBook
Author
Bougeant, G.-H. (Guillaume-Hyacinthe), 1690-1743
 
Description Paris, Chez P.J. Mariette, 1744 
6 v. 17 cm. 
Notes

Based in great part on the Memoirs of Claude de Mesmes, count d'avaux.--cf. pref.

Subjects Westphalia, Peace of, 1648.  |  Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648.
Other authors/contributors Avaux, Claude de Mesmes, comte d', 1595-1650

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