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Disraeli and the Eastern Question, Miloš Ković ; translated by Miloš Damnjanović

Label
Disraeli and the Eastern Question
Title
Disraeli and the Eastern Question
Statement of responsibility
Miloš Ković ; translated by Miloš Damnjanović
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
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Ković, Miloš
Dewey number
327.410496
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
D376.G7
LC item number
K68 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Disraeli, Benjamin
  • Eastern question
  • Great Britain
  • Balkan Peninsula
Label
Disraeli and the Eastern Question, Miloš Ković ; translated by Miloš Damnjanović
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-327) and index
Contents
  • 2.
  • Prime Minister's Secret Messages
  • Salisbury and Ignatiev Draw the Borders of the Balkans
  • Navarino's Ghosts
  • `Salisbury is more Russian than Ignatiev'
  • `I wish Russians & Turks were all at the Bottom of the Black Sea'
  • Fall of Midhat Pasha: `We are now indeed as free as air'
  • Dreikaiserbund Strikes Back: The Budapest Convention
  • Duels in Parliament: The Interests of Empires and the Rights of Nations
  • Russia's `Golden Bridge': The London Protocol
  • Beaconsfield Demands Gallipoli
  • Grand Tour
  • 8.
  • Prime Minister's Dictatorial Powers: The Russo-Turkish War and Conflicts within the Cabinet
  • Moving Away from Derby and Closer to the Queen
  • Sickness and Neutrality
  • `The English Rights' Versus `the Rest of the World'
  • Prime Minister Seeks Allies
  • Russians Cross the Danube
  • Beaconsfield's Decisive Measures
  • Belligerent Queen, a Cautious Army, and Disobedient Ministers
  • Salisbury's Indecisiveness and Panic in the Cabinet
  • In Search of Identity
  • Plevna: Relaxation and Private Diplomacy
  • `Multiform Power', `Inland Mongrels', and `Rascals'
  • Prime Minister's Attempts at Mediation
  • `Diplomacy with the Eastern Question is a Daemon Incarnate'
  • Fall of Plevna and the Beginning of the Showdown with Derby
  • Concentrating Power in the Hands of Beaconsfield and Winning over Salisbury
  • Prime Minister's Demands: Access to the Straits and War Loans
  • Beaconsfield Wins over Public Opinion and Ousts Lord Carnarvon
  • `When You Say Government You Mean Lord Beaconsfield'
  • Adrianople Armistice and the Rise of Jingoism
  • `The Eastern Fashion' and Conservative Romanticism
  • At the Gates of Constantinople: The Threat of War
  • 9.
  • `Peace with Honour': From San Stefano to Berlin
  • Treaty of San Stefano: Ignatiev is Ready for Negotiations
  • Beaconsfield and Andrassy Demand a Congress
  • Mediterranean and Muslim Solidarity
  • Beaconsfield's Tactical Goal: Agreement with Russia
  • Andrassy's Anger and Ignatiev's Surprise: The Isolation of Russia
  • Full Control of the Cabinet: Derby's Resignation
  • Beaconsfield and Salisbury: Who Sided with Whom?
  • Roots of Russophobia: From Canning to Wellington
  • Defence of the Empire: News of the Movement of the Indian Troops
  • Three-Way Negotiations
  • Ahead of the Departure for Berlin
  • Opening of the Congress
  • Eastern Rumelia: Defending the Sultan's Rights
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro: Cooperation with Austria-Hungary
  • Albanians, Romanians, and Greeks: Understanding for the `Anti-Slav Races'
  • Closing of the Congress, Asthma, and Gout
  • `The Empire of Freedom Truth, and Justice'
  • Gladstone Refuses to Surrender
  • Grand Tour as a Social Ritual
  • pt. III
  • TEMPTATIONS IN LATER LIFE (1878-81)
  • 10.
  • Imperial Undertakings and Balkan Misfortunes
  • Balkan Fatigue
  • Mediating between Two Empires
  • Advancing into Asian Turkey
  • Russia Retreats
  • Albanian War Threat
  • 11.
  • Beginning of the Journey: Moorish Spain
  • Defeat and Death
  • `The Midlothian Campaign': Beaconsfield Defeated
  • Last Glance at the Balkans
  • 12.
  • Conclusion: The Quest for Power, Fame, and Prestige
  • Malta: Turkish Tobacco and Imperial Solidarity
  • Corfu and Epirus: From Turkish Volunteer to British Diplomat
  • Roots of Turkophilia: The Charms of the `Orient' and Class Solidarity
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Peloponnese and Athens: Contempt for the Greeks
  • Constantinople: `My Turkish Prejudices'
  • Syria and the Holy Land: An Eastern Identity
  • Egypt: Life `a la Turque'
  • 3.
  • Upward Rise: Politics and Literature
  • Tory Radical: From Wellington to Canning
  • Contarini Fleming: The Sultan's Warrior and the Italian Patriot
  • `National Theme' in Alroy: The Jews Against the Turks
  • Rise of Iskander: `Beautiful Greece' and `Moslem Yoke'
  • pt. I
  • Return to the Conservatives and Entry into Parliament
  • Eastern Entanglements: Metternich as a Role-Model
  • Serbian Crisis: Conflict with Peel
  • Between Palmerston and Metternich
  • Coningsby: The Eastern Identity Takes Shape
  • Tancred: `Glowing Empires' and `Tyranny of Self-Government'
  • Orientalism and the Division of the Ottoman Empire
  • `Turkophillia' or `Proto-Zionism'
  • 4.
  • Consolidating his Beliefs: The Crimean War and the Ministerial Years
  • DISRAELI, THE BALKANS, AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1804-74)
  • Crimean War: `Two Schools'
  • Balkan Nationalism or `Artificial Insurrections'
  • New Imperialism and `the Instinct of Power'
  • `The Love of Fame'
  • Prime Minister: Preserving the Status Quo
  • Jewish Question in Serbia and Romania
  • Case of Gaston Phoebus: From `Hellenism' to Eastern Orthodoxy
  • Russia's Return to the Balkans: `Power can only be met by Power'
  • pt. II
  • LORD BEACONSFIELD AND THE EASTERN CRISIS (1875-8)
  • 1.
  • 5.
  • `The Eastern Question Again!': From Herzegovina Insurrection to the Berlin Memorandum
  • Taking Over the Reins of Foreign Policy
  • Dreikaiserbund Threat and the Danger of Isolation
  • `War in Sight': The Prime Minister's First Success
  • Uprising in Herzegovina: Suspicion towards Austria-Hungary
  • `This Dreadful Herzegovina Affair'
  • Home Rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Pressure on Serbia
  • `Wonderful Turkish Bankruptcy'
  • Origins
  • Triumph in Egypt
  • Russia and Austria-Hungary: Two Empires, Four Policies
  • Andrrassy Note: `Erroneus in Principle and Pernicious in Practice'
  • `The Empress of India'
  • `Very Bad News From Turkey'
  • Berlin Memorandum: `We have been Treated as if we were Serbia or Montenegro'
  • Britain Takes the Leading Role
  • Prime Minister's Threats and Offers
  • `The Utter Discomfiture of Russia': Undermining the Three Emperors' League
  • 6.
  • Ancestry: Isaac D'Israeli
  • `The Serbian Conspiracy' and `Bulgarian Agitation': The Serbo-Turkish War and the Revolt of Public Opinion
  • `Une Saignee Necessaire'
  • `Foreign Agents and Foreign Committees'
  • `Bulgarian Atrocities'
  • `The Infamous Invasion of the Serbians'
  • Arrangement without Britain: The Reichstadt Agreement
  • `Indignity in Parliament'
  • Return of Gladstone
  • Peerage and Imperial Passion
  • Lord Beaconsfield Launches Peace Talks
  • His Father's Library: Gibbon and Machiavelli
  • `The Bulgarian Agitation'
  • Unyielding Prime Minister
  • Beaconsfield's Plan for the Partition of the Ottoman Empire
  • Gladstone's Pamphlet and the Pinnacle of the Agitation
  • Question of Beaconsfield's Jewish Motives
  • Shaken Prime Minister
  • Beaconsfield Relents: New Balkan Autonomies
  • Beaconsfield Provokes: The Speech at Aylesbury
  • Tsar Demands Bulgaria
  • Beaconsfield Demands Constantinople
  • Mark of the Times: Canning and Byron
  • First Conflict with Derby
  • 7.
  • Rescuing Turkey: The Constantinople Conference and the London Protocol
  • Tsar's Ultimatum
  • Beginning of Negotiations with Austria-Hungary
  • Appointment of Lord Salisbury
  • Exchange of Threats
  • `European Dynasty' or National States
  • `Tenterdenism is a Dusty Affair': Instructions for Salisbury
  • `Distribution of Power' or `Religious Enthusiasm'
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xx, 339 p.
Isbn
9780199574605
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2010933150
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2157223-01umb_inst
  • 2283569
  • (Sirsi) i9780199574605
  • (OCoLC)689008255
Label
Disraeli and the Eastern Question, Miloš Ković ; translated by Miloš Damnjanović
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-327) and index
Contents
  • 2.
  • Prime Minister's Secret Messages
  • Salisbury and Ignatiev Draw the Borders of the Balkans
  • Navarino's Ghosts
  • `Salisbury is more Russian than Ignatiev'
  • `I wish Russians & Turks were all at the Bottom of the Black Sea'
  • Fall of Midhat Pasha: `We are now indeed as free as air'
  • Dreikaiserbund Strikes Back: The Budapest Convention
  • Duels in Parliament: The Interests of Empires and the Rights of Nations
  • Russia's `Golden Bridge': The London Protocol
  • Beaconsfield Demands Gallipoli
  • Grand Tour
  • 8.
  • Prime Minister's Dictatorial Powers: The Russo-Turkish War and Conflicts within the Cabinet
  • Moving Away from Derby and Closer to the Queen
  • Sickness and Neutrality
  • `The English Rights' Versus `the Rest of the World'
  • Prime Minister Seeks Allies
  • Russians Cross the Danube
  • Beaconsfield's Decisive Measures
  • Belligerent Queen, a Cautious Army, and Disobedient Ministers
  • Salisbury's Indecisiveness and Panic in the Cabinet
  • In Search of Identity
  • Plevna: Relaxation and Private Diplomacy
  • `Multiform Power', `Inland Mongrels', and `Rascals'
  • Prime Minister's Attempts at Mediation
  • `Diplomacy with the Eastern Question is a Daemon Incarnate'
  • Fall of Plevna and the Beginning of the Showdown with Derby
  • Concentrating Power in the Hands of Beaconsfield and Winning over Salisbury
  • Prime Minister's Demands: Access to the Straits and War Loans
  • Beaconsfield Wins over Public Opinion and Ousts Lord Carnarvon
  • `When You Say Government You Mean Lord Beaconsfield'
  • Adrianople Armistice and the Rise of Jingoism
  • `The Eastern Fashion' and Conservative Romanticism
  • At the Gates of Constantinople: The Threat of War
  • 9.
  • `Peace with Honour': From San Stefano to Berlin
  • Treaty of San Stefano: Ignatiev is Ready for Negotiations
  • Beaconsfield and Andrassy Demand a Congress
  • Mediterranean and Muslim Solidarity
  • Beaconsfield's Tactical Goal: Agreement with Russia
  • Andrassy's Anger and Ignatiev's Surprise: The Isolation of Russia
  • Full Control of the Cabinet: Derby's Resignation
  • Beaconsfield and Salisbury: Who Sided with Whom?
  • Roots of Russophobia: From Canning to Wellington
  • Defence of the Empire: News of the Movement of the Indian Troops
  • Three-Way Negotiations
  • Ahead of the Departure for Berlin
  • Opening of the Congress
  • Eastern Rumelia: Defending the Sultan's Rights
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro: Cooperation with Austria-Hungary
  • Albanians, Romanians, and Greeks: Understanding for the `Anti-Slav Races'
  • Closing of the Congress, Asthma, and Gout
  • `The Empire of Freedom Truth, and Justice'
  • Gladstone Refuses to Surrender
  • Grand Tour as a Social Ritual
  • pt. III
  • TEMPTATIONS IN LATER LIFE (1878-81)
  • 10.
  • Imperial Undertakings and Balkan Misfortunes
  • Balkan Fatigue
  • Mediating between Two Empires
  • Advancing into Asian Turkey
  • Russia Retreats
  • Albanian War Threat
  • 11.
  • Beginning of the Journey: Moorish Spain
  • Defeat and Death
  • `The Midlothian Campaign': Beaconsfield Defeated
  • Last Glance at the Balkans
  • 12.
  • Conclusion: The Quest for Power, Fame, and Prestige
  • Malta: Turkish Tobacco and Imperial Solidarity
  • Corfu and Epirus: From Turkish Volunteer to British Diplomat
  • Roots of Turkophilia: The Charms of the `Orient' and Class Solidarity
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Peloponnese and Athens: Contempt for the Greeks
  • Constantinople: `My Turkish Prejudices'
  • Syria and the Holy Land: An Eastern Identity
  • Egypt: Life `a la Turque'
  • 3.
  • Upward Rise: Politics and Literature
  • Tory Radical: From Wellington to Canning
  • Contarini Fleming: The Sultan's Warrior and the Italian Patriot
  • `National Theme' in Alroy: The Jews Against the Turks
  • Rise of Iskander: `Beautiful Greece' and `Moslem Yoke'
  • pt. I
  • Return to the Conservatives and Entry into Parliament
  • Eastern Entanglements: Metternich as a Role-Model
  • Serbian Crisis: Conflict with Peel
  • Between Palmerston and Metternich
  • Coningsby: The Eastern Identity Takes Shape
  • Tancred: `Glowing Empires' and `Tyranny of Self-Government'
  • Orientalism and the Division of the Ottoman Empire
  • `Turkophillia' or `Proto-Zionism'
  • 4.
  • Consolidating his Beliefs: The Crimean War and the Ministerial Years
  • DISRAELI, THE BALKANS, AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1804-74)
  • Crimean War: `Two Schools'
  • Balkan Nationalism or `Artificial Insurrections'
  • New Imperialism and `the Instinct of Power'
  • `The Love of Fame'
  • Prime Minister: Preserving the Status Quo
  • Jewish Question in Serbia and Romania
  • Case of Gaston Phoebus: From `Hellenism' to Eastern Orthodoxy
  • Russia's Return to the Balkans: `Power can only be met by Power'
  • pt. II
  • LORD BEACONSFIELD AND THE EASTERN CRISIS (1875-8)
  • 1.
  • 5.
  • `The Eastern Question Again!': From Herzegovina Insurrection to the Berlin Memorandum
  • Taking Over the Reins of Foreign Policy
  • Dreikaiserbund Threat and the Danger of Isolation
  • `War in Sight': The Prime Minister's First Success
  • Uprising in Herzegovina: Suspicion towards Austria-Hungary
  • `This Dreadful Herzegovina Affair'
  • Home Rule in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Pressure on Serbia
  • `Wonderful Turkish Bankruptcy'
  • Origins
  • Triumph in Egypt
  • Russia and Austria-Hungary: Two Empires, Four Policies
  • Andrrassy Note: `Erroneus in Principle and Pernicious in Practice'
  • `The Empress of India'
  • `Very Bad News From Turkey'
  • Berlin Memorandum: `We have been Treated as if we were Serbia or Montenegro'
  • Britain Takes the Leading Role
  • Prime Minister's Threats and Offers
  • `The Utter Discomfiture of Russia': Undermining the Three Emperors' League
  • 6.
  • Ancestry: Isaac D'Israeli
  • `The Serbian Conspiracy' and `Bulgarian Agitation': The Serbo-Turkish War and the Revolt of Public Opinion
  • `Une Saignee Necessaire'
  • `Foreign Agents and Foreign Committees'
  • `Bulgarian Atrocities'
  • `The Infamous Invasion of the Serbians'
  • Arrangement without Britain: The Reichstadt Agreement
  • `Indignity in Parliament'
  • Return of Gladstone
  • Peerage and Imperial Passion
  • Lord Beaconsfield Launches Peace Talks
  • His Father's Library: Gibbon and Machiavelli
  • `The Bulgarian Agitation'
  • Unyielding Prime Minister
  • Beaconsfield's Plan for the Partition of the Ottoman Empire
  • Gladstone's Pamphlet and the Pinnacle of the Agitation
  • Question of Beaconsfield's Jewish Motives
  • Shaken Prime Minister
  • Beaconsfield Relents: New Balkan Autonomies
  • Beaconsfield Provokes: The Speech at Aylesbury
  • Tsar Demands Bulgaria
  • Beaconsfield Demands Constantinople
  • Mark of the Times: Canning and Byron
  • First Conflict with Derby
  • 7.
  • Rescuing Turkey: The Constantinople Conference and the London Protocol
  • Tsar's Ultimatum
  • Beginning of Negotiations with Austria-Hungary
  • Appointment of Lord Salisbury
  • Exchange of Threats
  • `European Dynasty' or National States
  • `Tenterdenism is a Dusty Affair': Instructions for Salisbury
  • `Distribution of Power' or `Religious Enthusiasm'
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xx, 339 p.
Isbn
9780199574605
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2010933150
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (CaMWU)u2157223-01umb_inst
  • 2283569
  • (Sirsi) i9780199574605
  • (OCoLC)689008255

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