BRITISH PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE DURING THE TWO CRISES Bosnia-Herzegovina (1908-1913) The Balkan Wars (1912-1913)

BRITISH PUBLIC OPINION TOWARDS THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE DURING THE TWO CRISES Bosnia-Herzegovina (1908-1913) The Balkan Wars (1912-1913) PREFACE INTRODUCTION PART I: THE BOSNIAN CRlSIS, 1908-1909 - The Annexation of Bosnia-Herzegovina; Action Speaks Louder than Words - Reactions to the Crisis. Talks With Regard to International Conference - The Reasons for British Sympathy PART II: THE BALKAN WARS, 1912-1913 - Prelude to the Crisis - The British Position and Public Opinion - Armistice, Negotiations and the London Treaty - The Recovery of Adrianople and British Opinion - The Reasons for the Policy Change CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
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Sevtap DEMİRCİ
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975-428-323-0
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