Treaty of Vienna 1738
The Treaty of Vienna was the peace
treaty that ended the
War of the Polish Succession. It was signed by
France and Austria. The other parties involved in the war agreed to
the terms of this treaty in 1739.
What Was Agreed Upon?
The French said they
were fine with Frederick being king of Poland.
Don Carlos of Spain could keep
Naples and Sicily but had to give up Parma, Piacenza, and Tuscany.
Sardinia-Savoy received Novara and Tortona.
Stanislaw gave up his
claims on the Polish throne and his Polish supporters said they too
were fine with Frederick being their king.
France also agreed to
Sanction, a document composed by
Charles VI in