the silesian loan and frederick the great

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A British scholar, diplomat and Japanologist, known in Japan as Ānesuto Satō inquires into the life and reign of Frederick II, a King of Prussia (1740–1786) from the Hohenzollern dynasty, whose first territorial acquisition as a warrior was the prosperous Austrian province of Silesia. The book covers the origin of the Silesian debt, the Silesian debt taken over by Frederick the Great and up to Negotiations of the Treaty of Westminster of January 16, 1756, and final arrangements for paying off the Silesian loan and compensation to Prussia.
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