Europe in the Eighteenth Century Summary

  • Last updated on November 10, 2022

A map depicting eighteenth century Europe.

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Ottoman Wars with Russia, Venice, and Austria

War of the Austrian Succession

Treaty of Vienna

Treaty of Utrecht

Treaty of Seville

Queen Anne’s War

Act of Union Unites England and Scotland

Treaty of Belgrade

Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle

Jacobite Rebellion

Seven Years’ War

Siege of Louisbourg

David Garrick’s European Tour

Act of Union Forms the United Kingdom

Suppression of the Jesuits

Early Wars of the French Revolution

Last Major Outbreak of Plague

Lorraine Becomes Part of France

War in the Vendée

Treaties of Rastatt and Baden

Partitioning of Poland

Irish Rebellion

Napoleon’s Italian Campaigns

Maria Theresa Succeeds to the Austrian Throne

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