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After VictoryInstitutions, Strategic Restraint, and the Rebuilding of Order after Major Wars, New Edition$

G. John Ikenberry

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780691169217

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691169217.001.0001

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(p.275) Appendix One

(p.275) Appendix One

Source:
After Victory
Author(s):

G. John Ikenberry

Publisher:
Princeton University Press

Postwar Settlements

War

Great Power Battle Deaths

Principal Settlement

Thirty Years’ (1618–48)

2,071,000

Treaty of Westphalia

Franco-Spanish (1648–59)

180,000

Treaty of Pyrenees

Ottoman (1657–64)

109,000

Truce of Vasvar

Franco-Dutch (1672–78)

342,000

Treaty of Nimwegen

Ottoman (1682–99)

384,000

Treaty of Karlowitz

League of Augsburg (1688–97)

680,000

Treaty of Ryswick

Spanish Succession (1701–13)

1,251,000

Treaty of Utrecht

Austrian Succession (1739–48)

359,000

Treaty of Aix-la Chapelle

Seven Years’ (1755–63)

992,000

Treaty of Paris, Hubertusburg

Ottoman (1787–92)

192,000

Treaty of Jassy

French Revolutionary (1792–1802)

663,000

Treaty of Amiens

Napoleonic (1803–15)

1,869,000

Congress of Vienna

Crimean (1853–56)

217,000

Congress of Paris

Franco-Prussian (1870–71)

180,000

Treaty of Frankfurt

Russo-Turkish (1877–78)

120,000

Treaty of San Stefano, Congress of Berlin

World War I (1914–18)

7,734,300

Treaties of Brest-Litovsk, Versailles, St. Germain, Neuilly, Trianon

Sino-Japanese (1937–41)

250,000

merged into WWII

World War II (1939–45)

12,948,300

no general settlement

Korean (1950–53)

954,960

armistice: no settlement

Source: Derived from data presented in Jack S. Levy, War and the Modern Great Power System, 1495–1975 (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1983).

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