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The Eastern Question A Reprint of Letters Written 1853-1856 Dealing with the Events of the Crimean War




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

Routledge

Pubblicazione: 12/1994
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

First Published in 1994. This volume is a reprint of certain letters and articles by Karl Marx, dealing with the Eastern Question as it presented itself in the fifties, with the particular events that led up to the Crimean War, and with the War itself. This title includes certain military articles bearing very directly on the war, primarily written by Engels, or grew out of letters from him to Marx. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.




Sommario

Chapter 1 Turkey; Chapter 2 The London Press—Policy of Napoleon on the Turkish Question; Chapter 3 The Real Issue in Turkey; Chapter 4 The Turkish Question; Chapter 5 Turkey and Russia; Chapter 6 The Ultimatum and After; Chapter 7 The English and French Fleets—“The Times”—Russian Aggrandizement; Chapter 8 The Russian Humbug; Chapter 9 Brunnow and Clarendon—Armenian Proclamation; Chapter 10 Aberdeen—Clarendon—Brunnow—Connivance of the Aberdeen Ministry with Russia; Chapter 11 Russian Policy against Turkey; Chapter 12 Austria and Russia; Chapter 13 Layard, Gladstone, Aberdeen, Palmerston; Chapter 14 The Russo-Turkish Difficulty—Ducking and Dodging of the British Cabinet—Nesselrode’s Latest Note; Chapter 15 The Russian Question—Curious Diplomatic Correspondence; Chapter 16 Russia and the Western Powers; Chapter 17 Traditional Policy of Russia; Chapter 18 The Press on Eastern Affairs—Notes of England and Russia; Chapter 19 Russian Movements—Denmark—United States and Europe; Chapter 20 To Withdraw or Not to Withdraw; Chapter 21 Urquhart—Bem—The Turkish Question in the House of Lords; Chapter 22 The Turkish Question in the Commons; Chapter 23 Affairs Continental and English; Chapter 24 The Vienna Note; Chapter 25 The Vienna Note; Chapter 26 The English Ministry Outwitted—Panic; Chapter 27 The War Question; Chapter 28 The Turkish Manifesto; Chapter 29 The Northern Powers; Chapter 30 War; Chapter 31 The Holy War; Chapter 32 Persia—Denmark; Chapter 33 Diplomacy Again; Chapter 34 The War on the Danube; Chapter 35 The Quadruple Convention—England and the War; Chapter 36 The Russian Victory—Position of England and France; Chapter 37 Private News from St. Petersburg; Chapter 38 Russian Policy; Chapter 39 Palmerston’s Resignation; Chapter 40 Progress of the Turkish War; Chapter 41 England and Russia; Chapter 42 More Documents; Chapter 43 The European War; Chapter 44 The War in Asia; Chapter 45 The Czar’s Views—Prince Albert; Chapter 46 Cobden and Russia; Chapter 47 War Finance; C




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Karl Marx, Eleanor Marx Aveling, Edward Aveling










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ISBN:

9780714615004

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 8.5 x 5.5 in Ø 2.35 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 676


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