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Austria, Great Britain, and the Crimean War

the destruction of the European concert

by Paul W. Schroeder

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe
    • Subjects:
    • Crimean War, 1853-1856 -- Diplomatic history.,
    • Europe -- Politics and government -- 1848-1871.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 517-532.

      Statement[by] Paul W. Schroeder.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDK215 .S35
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 544 p.
      Number of Pages544
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5284728M
      ISBN 100801407427
      LC Control Number72003451

      Winfried Baumgart's masterful history of the Crimean War has been expanded and fully updated to reflect advances made in the field since the book's first publication. It convincingly argues that if the war had continued after , the First World War would have taken place 60 years earlier, but that fighting ultimately ceased because diplomacy never lost its control over the use of war . 8 Great Britain 9 Turkey 10 Sardinia Part 4 The War. 11 The Danube front, 12 The Black Sea theatre 13 The campaigns in the Baltic, and 14 The Caucasian battlefield, 15 The minor theatres of war: the White Sea and the Pacific 16 Allied war preparations for and the war council in.

      The Crimean War of was one of the long series of Russo-Turkish wars, but it differed from the others in that Britain and France were involved. In fact, the military conflict was between Russia and a coalition of Great Britain, France, the Kingdom of Sardinia, and the Ottoman Empire (now Turkey)/5(7). ). Itis not generally regarded as a "Great War," but it had many of the earmarks of one, towit: It involved the national interests of all five "Great Powers" of Europe (the Concert ofEurope) and a host oflesser ones. Three of the great powers (Britain, France, Russia) were actual belligerents. The other two (Austria-Hungary, Prussia.

        A new book will, however, look squarely at the role of the Orthodox Church in that 19th-century conflict: Jack Fairey, The Great Powers and Orthodox Christendom: The Crisis Over the Eastern Church in the Era of the Crimean War (Palgrave Macmillan, ), pp. About this book the publisher tells us. Before the Crimean War, peace in Europe had been maintained by the so called “Congress of Europe” whose members were considered to be the most powerful nations in Europe[1]. These powers were the Austria Empire, Great Britain, France, Prussia and the Russia Empire. The aims of the Congress were to maintain harmony and peace between.


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