Aix-la-Chapelle, Congress of
- The Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle, meeting between september 29 and November 21, 1818, brought together the powers of the Quadruple Alliance, who, at the request of the French Restoration government, decided to end the occupation of France by that alliance's allied troops (see paris, treaty of). After the beginning of the evacuation of these forces (October 9, 1818), the French plenipotentiary, armand-emmanuel du plessis de chinon, duke de Richelieu, was invited to participate in the congress and France also joined the Quadruple Alliance.
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