Treaty of Schönbrunn 1809
The Treaty of Schönbrunn was signed on October 14, 1809.
This treaty is also called the Peace
of Schönbrunn, and with different spellings e.g. Schoenbrunn
or Schonbrunn, whatever helps to avoid the dots on the o.
What is Schönbrunn?
Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria, is the castle in
had installed her very own home cinema, then called the castle's
theater. Which only made sense, the woman had 16 children to keep
Here is a photo
from a concert at Schonbrunn in 2010.
Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna
Back to the year 1809.
Why was the Treaty of Schönbrunn Signed?
After the defeat of the
Austrians at the
of Wagram in July 1809,
had the Austrians sign the Treaty of Schönbrunn.
The Treaty of Schönbrunn was the end of
What Did the Treaty of Schönbrunn Stipulate?
Austria had to confirm the
Tyrol, Vorarlberg, Salzburg,
Berchtesgaden, the Innviertel, and part of the
Hausruckviertel to Bavaria
Western Carinthia, Krain,
Croatia south of the Save River, Görz, Triest, Fiume, and
Dalmatia to France
East Galicia to Russia
West Galicia with Cracow to the
Grand Duchy of Warsaw (King of Saxony)
Furthermore, Austria had to support
Napoleon's Continental Blockade against Britain.
And here is the map
the territories ceded by Austria at the Treaty of Schönbrunn