The Union of Utrecht Formed

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The northern provinces of the Netherlands unite to create a single Protestant Republic. The treaty creating this new political entity is the Union of Utrecht and is singed by representatives of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, and Groningen.

The Union of Utrecht is a Protestant reaction to the Union of Arras, a treaty among the southern provinces of the Netherlands supporting Catholic Spain.

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