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1373

A Treaty between Portugal and England was signed in St. Paul’s Cathedral by D. Fernando, last of the Burgundy dynasty, King of Portugal, and Edward III, King of England. It covered strategic, economic and commercial matters and referred to “perpetual friendship”.  It was the start of the existing “Oldest Alliance” in Europe.

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