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Implementing the truce: negotiations between the republic and the archducal Netherlands, 1609-10

René Vermeir (UGent) and Tomas Roggeman (UGent)
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Generally, the truce treaty that was signed in Antwerp by the archdukes and the Republic on 9 April 1609 is seen as the definitive agreement that led to an armistice of 12 years between the two belligerent parties. Yet it was only one step in a series of negotiations and conferences that lasted from the spring of 1607 to the spring of 1612, since for a number of issues the stipulations of the truce were merely agreements in principle, the terms of which had to be finalised later on. The focus of this article is on the manner in which both parties wanted to see some of the articles actualised or clarified, on the strategies used by both parties in order to obtain what they wanted, and on the final outcome of these talks.
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Albert and Isabella, Twelve Years’ Truce, archdukes, Habsburg Netherlands, Spain, Republic

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Vermeir, René, and Tomas Roggeman. 2010. “Implementing the Truce: Negotiations Between the Republic and the Archducal Netherlands, 1609-10.” EUROPEAN REVIEW OF HISTORY-REVUE EUROPEENNE D’HISTOIRE 17 (6): 817–833.
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Vermeir, R., & Roggeman, T. (2010). Implementing the truce: negotiations between the republic and the archducal Netherlands, 1609-10. EUROPEAN REVIEW OF HISTORY-REVUE EUROPEENNE D’HISTOIRE, 17(6), 817–833.
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Vermeir R, Roggeman T. Implementing the truce: negotiations between the republic and the archducal Netherlands, 1609-10. EUROPEAN REVIEW OF HISTORY-REVUE EUROPEENNE D’HISTOIRE. 2010;17(6):817–33.
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Vermeir, René, and Tomas Roggeman. “Implementing the Truce: Negotiations Between the Republic and the Archducal Netherlands, 1609-10.” EUROPEAN REVIEW OF HISTORY-REVUE EUROPEENNE D’HISTOIRE 17.6 (2010): 817–833. Print.
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  abstract     = {Generally, the truce treaty that was signed in Antwerp by the archdukes and the Republic on 9 April 1609 is seen as the definitive agreement that led to an armistice of 12 years between the two belligerent parties. Yet it was only one step in a series of negotiations and conferences that lasted from the spring of 1607 to the spring of 1612, since for a number of issues the stipulations of the truce were merely agreements in principle, the terms of which had to be finalised later on. The focus of this article is on the manner in which both parties wanted to see some of the articles actualised or clarified, on the strategies used by both parties in order to obtain what they wanted, and on the final outcome of these talks.},
  author       = {Vermeir, René and Roggeman, Tomas},
  issn         = {1350-7486},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN REVIEW OF HISTORY-REVUE EUROPEENNE D'HISTOIRE},
  keywords     = {Albert and Isabella,Twelve Years’ Truce,archdukes,Habsburg Netherlands,Spain,Republic},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {817--833},
  title        = {Implementing the truce: negotiations between the republic and the archducal Netherlands, 1609-10},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13507486.2010.505978},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2010},
}

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