Peace Treaty of Campo Formio, 17 October 1797, between the French Republic and the Austrian Empire
Austrian State Archives
Allgemeine Urkundenreihe 1797 X 17
60 x 46 cm
With the Peace of Campo Formio in October 1797, Napoleon confirmed the conditions of the armistice at Leoben, which was signed in April 1797. Austria had to cede Belgium and Lombardy to France and was compensated with the eastern part of the Venetian Republic.
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