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Author Marx, Karl, 1818-1883, author.

Title The Eastern question : a reprint of letters written 1853-1856 dealing with the events of the Crimean War / by Karl Marx ; edited by Eleanor Marx Aveling and Edward Aveling
Published Oxfordshire, England ; New York, New York : Routledge, 2013
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Contents 1. Turkey -- 2. The London press-policy of Napoleon on the Turkish question -- 3. The real issue in Turkey -- 4. The Turkish question -- 5. Turkey and Russia -- 6. The ultimatum and after -- 7. The English and French fleets -- the Times -- Russian aggrandizement -- 8. The Russian humbug -- 9. Brunnow and Clarendon-Armenian proclamation -- 10. Aberdeen, Clarendon, Brunnow-Connivance of the Aberdeen Ministry with Russia -- 11. Russian policy against Turkey -- 12. Austria and Russia -- 13. Layard-Gladstone-Aberdeen-Palmerston -- 14. The Russo-Turkish difficulty : ducking and dodging of the British cabinet : Nesselrode's latest note -- 15. The Russian question-curious diplomatic correspondence -- 16. Russia and the Western powers -- 17. Traditional policy of Russia -- 18. The press on Eastern affairs : notes of England and Russia -- 19. Russian movements : Denmark : United States and Europe -- 20. To withdraw or not to withdraw -- 21. Urquhart : Bem : the Turkish question in the House of Lords -- 22. The Turkish question in the Commons -- 23. Affairs continental and English -- 24. The Vienna notes -- 25. The Vienna note (continued) -- 26. The English ministry outwitted : panic -- 27. The war question -- 28. The Turkish manifesto -- 29. The northern powers -- 30. War -- 31. The holy war -- 32. Persia : Denmark -- 33. Diplomacy again -- 34. The war on the Danube -- 35. The quadruple convention : England and the war -- 36. The Russian victory : position of England and France -- 37. Private news from St. Petersburg -- 38. Russian policy -- 39. Palmerston's resignation -- 40. Progress of the Turkish war -- 41. England and Russia -- 42. More documents -- 43. The European war -- 44. The war in Asia -- 45. The Czar's view : Prince Albert -- 46. Cobden and Russia -- 47. War finance -- 48. Blue books : ambassadors withdrawing -- 49. Russian diplomacy : the shrines : Montenegro -- 50. Count Orloff's proposals -- 51. Debates in parliament -- 52. Kossuth : Disraeli and Hume : United States : France and England : Greece -- 53. France and England : The Greek rising : Asia -- 54. The Russian retreat -- 55. The documents on the partition of Turkey -- 56. The secret diplomatic correspondence -- 57. War declared : Mussulmans and Christian -- 58. War with Russia -- 59. Russia and the German powers -- 60. Turkey and Greece : Italy -- 61. Austria and Servia : Greece and Turkey : Turkey and the Western Powers
62. The Greek insurrection : Alliance between Prussia and Austria : Russian armaments -- 63. Bombardment of Odessa : Austria and Russia : The Greek insurrection : Montenegro : Manteuffel -- 64. Prussian policy -- 65. The exploits in the Baltic and Black seas : Anglo-French system of operations -- 66. Delay on the Danube -- 67. Speeches : St. Arnaud -- 68. State of the Russian war -- 69. The war-debate in parliament -- 70. The Russian failure -- 71. Russia, Austria, Turkey, Wallachia, and Radcliffe -- 72. Austria -- 73. The siege of Silistria -- 74. The theatre of war : the Russian note to the German powers : Servia and Austria -- 75. The private conference at Vienna : ministerial crisis -- 76. Another war debate -- 77. The Austro-Turkish treaty : more parliamenty talk -- 78. That bore of a war -- 79. The Russian retreat : Denmark -- 80. The evacuation -- 81. Servia : England, France, and Constantinople -- 82. The capture of Bomarsund -- 83. The condition of Wallachia : revolution in Turkey -- 84. The fleet off at last : revolt of the Moldavians -- 85. The attack on Sebastopol -- 86. The decay of religious authority -- 87. The military power of Russia -- 88. The siege of Sebastopol -- 89. Progress of the war -- 90. British disaster in the Crimea : the British war system -- 91. Russian diplomatists -- 92. Affairs in Russia -- 93. Fate of the great adventurer -- 94. Napoleon's last dodge -- 95. Prospects in France and England -- 96. Napoleon's apology -- 97. Panslavism -- 98. Austria's weakness -- 99. The new arbiter of Europe -- 100. Another Vienna disclosure -- 101. Ministerial crisis in England -- 102. The Birmingham conference -- 103. Austria and England -- 104. Napier and Graham -- 105. The great event of the war -- 106. Alarums and excursions -- 107. The Russians as fighters -- 108. The Russian loan -- 109. Traditional English policy -- 110. The fall of Kars I -- 111. The fall of Kars II -- 112. The fall of Kars III -- 113. The fall of Kars IV
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Crimean War (1853-1856)
Crimean War, 1853-1856.
Eastern question (Balkan)
Eastern question (Balkan)
Form Electronic book
Author Aveling, Edward, editor
Aveling, Eleanor Marx, editor
ISBN 0714615005
1136948384
1136948457
113694852X
1138993220
1315032236
9780714615004
9781136948381
9781136948459
9781136948527
9781138993228
9781315032238