The Peace of Amsterdam ended the anti-French War in 1694.



The politics of François IV had failed. In the following decades, his successors François VI and Philippe VI would work to restore French power.

To resolve the religious conflict, the council of Cork was called.

Many areas in northern and western Germany had been devastated by the war; more than one tenth of the population had died.

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