Serbo-Russian Relations from 1856 to 1862 According to Reports by British Consuls in Belgrade
- Principality of Serbia,
- Russian infleunce,
- British diplomacy,
- Ottoman Empire
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Ristić, L. P. (1996). Serbo-Russian Relations from 1856 to 1862 According to Reports by British Consuls in Belgrade. Balcanica - Annual of the Institute for Balkan Studies, (XXVII), 99–116. Retrieved from https://balcanica.rs/index.php/journal/article/view/694
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AbstractDespite the results of the Crimean War and the Paris Peace Treaty (1856) British influence in the Principality of Serbia could not have been extended to the point of competing with that of Russia. British consuls soon perceived that the activity of Russian agents was aimed to gradually under-mine the 1856 Treaty and disturb Turkey. Neither Fonblanque, nor Lytton or Longworth were diplomatically weighty enough to impede Russian influence.
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