Treaty of Conflans

Peace of Conflans
The Treaty of Conflans (or the Peace of Conflans) was signed on 5 October 1465 between King Louis XI of France and Count Charles of Charolais.wikipedia
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Charles the Bold

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The Treaty of Conflans (or the Peace of Conflans) was signed on 5 October 1465 between King Louis XI of France and Count Charles of Charolais.
He succeeded, however, in forcing upon Louis the Treaty of Conflans of 4 October 1465, by which the king restored to him certain towns on the Somme River, the counties of Boulogne and Guînes, and various other small territories.

Duke of Berry

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.
However, Charles had a long-time rivalry with his brother and joined other French overlords headed by the Count of Charolais into the League of the Public Weal, starting a short war against Louis XI which was concluded with the Treaty of Conflans in 1465.

List of treaties

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Charles of Valois, Duke of Berry

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Based on the terms of the treaty, Normandy was restored to the Duke of Berry and Burgundy reclaimed Boulogne and Ponthieu.
This started the Guerre folle (Mad War), which ended in October with the Treaty of Conflans between Louis XI and the Count of Charolais.

League of the Public Weal

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The dukes forced King Louis to sign the agreement, which officially ended the League of the Public Weal.

Louis XI of France

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The Treaty of Conflans (or the Peace of Conflans) was signed on 5 October 1465 between King Louis XI of France and Count Charles of Charolais.

Battle of Montlhéry

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.

Alençon

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.

Duchy of Burgundy

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.

Duke of Bourbon

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.

Duchy of Lorraine

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This treaty was signed months after the Battle of Montlhéry (July 13, 1465) where the French dukes of Alençon, Burgundy, Berry, Bourbon, and Lorraine fought King Louis to a standstill.

Normandy

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Based on the terms of the treaty, Normandy was restored to the Duke of Berry and Burgundy reclaimed Boulogne and Ponthieu.

Jean de Baudricourt

After the battle of Montlhery and the Peace of Conflans, he embraced the King's party, as did the Duke of Lorraine.

Jean Balue

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On 5 October 1465 Louis was constrained to sign the Treaty of Conflans with Charles, Count of Charolais.

Louis of Luxembourg, Count of Saint-Pol

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The Treaty of Conflans ended the war, while Saint-Pol received the hand of the King's sister-in-law, Maria of Savoy.

Battle of Montenaken

On 21 October, Louis XI wrote to Liège, informing the city he had made an independent peace with the Burgundians (the Treaty of Conflans), and advising them to do likewise before the main Burgundian army returned.

Conflans

* The Treaty of Conflans was signed in 1465 between King Louis XI of France and Count Charles of Charolais