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Warsaw Confederation
The Warsaw Confederation (January 28, 1573) is considered the formal beginning of religious freedom in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and in fact the first such document in Europe.[1]

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  1. Mieczysław B. Biskupski (2000). The history of Poland, p. 14. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 03-13305-71-4
    In 1573 the Warsaw Confederation "for the first time in European history wrote the principle of religious toleration into a nation's constitutional law".

Warsaw Confederation 
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Location Poland
Applies to jurisdictionPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
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  • 28 January 1573
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Confédération de Varsovie (fr); Варшаўская канфэдэрацыя (be-tarask); Варшавская конфедерация (ru); Варшава конфедерацияһы (ba); Konföderation von Warschau (de); Варшаўская канфедэрацыя (be); Варшавска конфедерация (bg); Konføderationen af Warszawa (da); Confederația de la Varșovia (1573) (ro); ワルシャワ連盟協約 (ja); Konfederasi Warsawa (id); Konfederacja warszawska (pl); Варшавська конфедерація (uk); Warschau-confederatie (nl); Warsaw Confederation (en); Varšavská konfederace (cs); 華沙聯盟協約 (zh) uchwała sejmu z 1573 r. zapewniająca swobodę wyznaniową szlachcie Rzeczypospolitej (pl) Warschauer Konföderation (de)

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