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The Treaty of Habana

When Prussia and Spain went to war over colonial interests in Morocco and the Philippine Islands in 1891, Spain suffered a humiliating defeat. In Habana, peace was signed.

Excerpt from the treaty


— 1891 PEACE TREATY – TREATY OF HABANA —

I, Alfonso XIII, King of Spain, hereby conclude peace with the nation of Prussia, ruled by Emperor Wilhelm I of Prussia. I agree with the following terms:

- The Philippine Islands will be ceded to Prussia
- Ifni will be ceded to Spain
- Cuba’s independence will be granted and the nation will be recognized by the Kingdom of Spain. The nation will become a satellite state of Prussia, ruled by Emperor Wilhelm I
- Spain pays 250,000 Pesos in war indemnities to Prussia
- Spain will aid Cuba

Was signed,

(Alfonso XIII, King of Spain)
timelines/prussian_empire_pr_sp_peace_treaty.txt · Last modified: 2007/06/05 08:40 by Max Sinister