Anglo-Ottoman Encounters in the Age of Revolution: The by Edward Ingram

By Edward Ingram

This quantity lines the results of involvement within the innovative and Napoleonic Wars at the Ottoman Empire. The publication analyzes Anglo-Ottoman relatives in a sequence of reports of 5 British ambassadors at Constantinople and one overseas Secretary, George Canning.

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