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By John Morison

This e-book explores the wealthy and complicated dating among japanese Europe and the West within the 19th and 20th centuries. Hans Henning Hahn, Robert Berry and Frank Thackeray elucidate Polish emigre international relations within the Partition years. Thomas Sakmyster finds the British contribution to the institution of the Horthy regime in Hungary. Peter Pastor chronicles the destiny of the Hungarian group in wartime Britain, and Gyula Juhasz and Peter Hidas examine the actions of Hungarian diplomats within the moment international conflict. Bernd Fischer appears to be like on the position of British intelligence in Albania within the moment international battle, whereas Osvaldo Croci investigates the diplomatic go back of Trieste to Italy in 1953. Lech Trzeciakowski, John Kulczycki and Adam Walaszek speak about the reports of Polish miners in Germany, German settlers in Poland and varnish returnees from america. Robert Blobaum reinterprets the Polish Marxists' coverage in the direction of the Polish query, and Richard Lewis experiences the destiny of Polish historians less than Marxism. Alan Foster analyzes the sympathy of the days and the Beaverbrook Press for the Soviet Union within the interwar interval, and Paul Latawski scrutinises the idiosyncratic perspectives of Sir Lewis Namier on Poland and Czechoslovakia.

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46ff. Guy Le Strange (ed. ) Correspondence of Princess Lieven and Earl Grey (London, 1890) vol. II (1830-4) pp. 310- 22. Adam Czartoryski, Memoirs of Prince Adam Jazy Czartoryski and his Correspondence with Alexander 1. With documents relative to the Prince's negotiations with Pitt, Fox and Brougham and an account of his conversations with Lord Palmerston and other English statesmen in London in 1832 (New York, 1971) p. 324; reprint ofthe original memoirs (2 vols, London, 1888). For example Ludwik Bystrzonowski, who travelled through Germany in 1840 on behalf of Czartoryski and acquired information for the French government, concerning the atmosphere in Germany at that time and the preparedness of the Prussian army.

Committed to the idea of reform, Reshid held discussions with both the British and the French as well as with Czartoryski concerning the nature of reforms to be carried out and the relationship of the Balkan nationalities to the Porte itself. Shortly before his return to Constantinople, Reshid presented a memorandum to Palmerston concerning Ottoman reform. IS This document, which discusses the need for internal reforms in the light of Ottoman weaknesses, is generally regarded as the precursor of the Hatti Sherif of Gulhane.

II Czartoryski answers these questions by enumerating the advantages of the Polish connection for the Ottomans. These include geographical considerations, the presence of well-trained troops and officers and a widespread emigration in Europe from which to draw support. The note suggests that the Poles might be especially useful in implementing military reforms in Turkey (a clear reference to Chrzanowski's mission). Towards the end of the memorandum Czartoryski returns to the theme of military force.

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