The Crisis of 1839–1841
Had the Ottoman Empire been sufficiently strong and able to maintain internal order there would have been no Eastern Question; or at least the shape of the problem and the course it took would have been wholly different. As it was, however, from the Greek situation there developed another problem which brought the diplomacy of Europe into action.
KeywordsTurkish State Present Convention Naval Force Collective Note Foreign Ship
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