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The Treaty of Hamburg

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The Hanseatic League and The German Empire hereby commit to uphold the following
principles of non-aggression, respect, defense, and aggression outlined in this Optional Defense

[size="3"][b]I-Preamble [/b][/size]
This treaty is signed in good faith, and is based upon the noble ideals of friendship, cooperation,
and protection common to all of us. It is signed not only in the pursuit of peace, which many
times becomes stagnant, but in the hopes that both signatory alliances will work together to
actively pursue a better future by guaranteeing their security.

The signatory alliances and their members will treat each other with as much respect and
decency as they would their own members. Signatories will show tact and consideration when
addressing any grievances, namely by making full use of proper diplomatic channels.

[size="3"][b]III-Non-Aggression [/b][/size]
No member nation of either alliance will declare war on any member nation of the other, provide
aid (be it military, money, technology, or knowledge) to enemies of the other, or commit acts of
espionage against the other.

[b][size="3"]IV-Optional Defense[/size][/b]
In the signing of this pact, both sides have the option to defend and aid one another in times of
war when requested by the other signatory alliance. Should either of the signatory alliances be
attacked by another power, the other has the option to come to assist, via war, aid, or in any
fashion they deem fit. In the event that outside treaties come into conflict, they will be treated
with a case by case basis.

[size="3"][b]V-Optional Mutual Aggression [/b][/size]
In the event that one Party requires assistance in an aggressive war against a Non-Signatory
Alliance, both Parties are encouraged but not obligated to assist the other by means of political,
financial, and military aid. This treaty provides both signatories with full legal justification to
enter a conflict that concerns the other, if they so choose.

If either Party receives sensitive information regarding the other Party, they agree to share said
information and the source of it with the intent to protect the security and honor of both Signatories.
If either signatory alliance feels that this treaty has been unjustly violated and resulting diplomatic
negotiations have not offered any sort of resolution, they have the right to withdraw from the treaty by the
express will of their respective decision making bodies. Notification of withdrawal must be given to the other
signatory within forty-eight hours. Should this treaty be revoked by either alliance, a twenty-four hour grace
period begins in which neither alliance may declare war on the other, after which no such rules apply.


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Good to see our Germanic brothers moving forward with their endeavors.

o/ THL

P.S: I wants a Hamburger too

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[quote name='Sarmatian Empire' timestamp='1280517552' post='2395262']
Interesting to say the least


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