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Title: Brytyjska dyplomacja nad Bosforem od czasów restauracji Stuartów po epokę napoleońską


Kołodziejczyk, Dariusz (1962– ) ORCID

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Kwartalnik Historyczny R. 126 nr 1 (2019)


Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences ; Polish Historical Society


Instytut Historii im. Tadeusza Manteuffla Polskiej Akademii Nauk

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p. 111-123 ; Summary in English and Polish ; Reviewed book : Michael Talbot, British-Ottoman Relations, 1661–1807. Commerceand Diplomatic Practice in Eighteenth-Century Istanbul, Woodbridge 2017, The Boydell lPress, pp. 256.

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The monograph under review depicts the British policy on the Bosporus in the light of the ‘new diplomatic history’. Its author analyzes the origins and status of British diplomats, studies the language and ceremonial adopted during solemn audiences as well as everyday contacts with Ottoman dignitaries, and traces the changes in mutual perception during the era of the rise of British imperial ambitions and of the growing awareness of the weakening of the Ottoman Porte.


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Article : scientific review



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oai:rcin.org.pl:74291 ; 0023-5903 ; 2451-1315 ; 10.12775/KH.2019.126.1.04


IH PAN, sygn. A.52/126/1 Podr. ; IH PAN, sygn. A.96/126/1 ; click here to follow the link



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