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...bargaining position, which led to the Treaty of Karlowitz in 1699. Under the treaty, Sultan Mustafa II was forced to make peace and give up all the territory conquered after 1526 to the Habsburgs, mainly Hungary. Finally, the Habsburgs controlled Hungary but could not consolidate their power until 1711 when Transylvania became ruled by Habsburg governors. However through the entirety of the period 1600-1700, the Habsburgs were unable to cement their rule in Hungary due to factors listed above.
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