Definition of Lateran Treaty
1. Noun. The agreement signed in the Lateran Palace in 1929 by Italy and the Holy See which recognized the Vatican City as a sovereign and independent papal state.
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Literary usage of Lateran Treaty
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1. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1907)
"... conclusion that it would be a grave error "to think that the Papal State still enjoyed legal existence at the moment the Lateran Treaty was concluded. ..."
2. Vicars of Christ: Popes, Power, and Politics in the Modern World by Michael P. Riccards (1998)
"It was also charged by some that the Lateran Treaty was agreed upon by the ... Lastly, the completion of the Lateran Treaty gave credence to the view that ..."
3. Test Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations by George W. Baer (1976)
"... and religious privileges, repudiating financial agreements with the government, and possibly even denouncing the Lateran Treaty and the Concordat. ..."
4. Rome by Jack Altman, Judith Farr, Barbara Ender-Jones (2000)
"During the Mussolini era, the Lateran Treaty of 1929 proclaimed Catholicism as the state religion and made the Vatican a sovereign state. ..."
5. Daytrips Italy: 40 One Day Adventures by Rail, Car Or Bus by Earl Steinbicker (2005)
"It was created in 1929 by the Lateran Treaty between the Holy See and the Mussolini government. Covering a total combined area of 110 acres and with a ..."
6. Wake Up the Lord Is Returning by Alf Droy (2002)
"In 1929 in order to seal the concordat of the Lateran Treaty it became necessary for the Pope to forbid all Catholics from participation in national party ..."
7. Seven Days of the Scepter by J T Watz (2007)
""Have you ever heard of the Lateran Treaty?" Baker answered no by shaking his head. He was still reeling from Chase's previous comments. ..."