The Banner of Battle: The Story of the Crimean War

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March 26, 2015

 

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The tension increased between Britain and Russia as the British feared that their trade would suffer if the Black Sea became a Russian lake. Even though Tsar Nicholas I insisted on contingency planning with Britain for the Eastern Question, Lord Aberdeen, Britain's Prime Minister, disregarded the message for over a decade...
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Tsar Nicholas claimed that Napoleon was violating Russia's right to protect Turks in the Ottoman Empire. However, the Turks granted the French the right to protect the Holy Places as well as reassuring Orthodox believers that there would not be a change in the status quo. In response, Tsar Nicholas ordered his troops to reoccupy the Danubian Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia...
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