Parties in the ConcordatEdit


The Treaty of Turin has been written to congregate an alliance between two very friendly nations, Piedmont-Sardinia and the Genoa. Acknowledging that military power is essential in war as well as peace time, this alliance constitutes an agreement to hold an everlasting (until one party secedes from the alliance) cease fire between all parties involved. It also mandates that help, in whatever way, should be given to any party involved in a conflict with any other nation or power by all parties involved.

It also constitues an everlasting trade agreement, banning all barriers of free-market policies or government-imposed problematic policies between the two nations.


Sig - Re Benjamin I of Genoa

SigJoseph - Re Victor Emmanuel of Piedmont-Sardinia