The Treaty of Redon
was signed in February 1489 in Redon, Ille-et-Vilaine
between Henry VII of England
and representatives of Brittany
. Based on the terms of the accord, Henry sent 6000 English
troops to fight (at the expense of Brittany) under the command of Lord Daubeney. The purpose of the agreement was to prevent France from annexing Brittany. Despite the military support Henry provided, the Bretons
were divided and had unreliable allies.