The Treaty of Campo Formio was a peace agreement signed by Count Philipp von Cobenzl, representing Austria, and Napoleon Bonaparte on October 18, 1797, putting an end to the successful military campaign conducted by Napoleon against the Austrian Army in Italy. By the Treaty of Campo Formio, Austria was forced to hand over the Austrian Netherlands (present Belgium), the Lombardy, and a few islands in the Mediterranean to France.

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