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The Anglo-Russian convention of 1907.

Rogers Platt Churchill

The Anglo-Russian convention of 1907.

by Rogers Platt Churchill

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Published by Books for Libraries Press in Freeport, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Russia
    • Subjects:
    • Eastern question (Central Asia),
    • Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Russia,
    • Russia -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsD378 .C57 1972
      The Physical Object
      Pagination365 p.
      Number of Pages365
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5282052M
      ISBN 100836999568
      LC Control Number72000073
      OCLC/WorldCa257460

      The book is based on articles that he published over a five-year period in the French intellectual monthly Revue des Deux Mondes (Journal of two worlds). It contains chapters on England in Arabia, England and Russia in Persia, the English and the Russians in Afghanistan, the English in Tibet, and the Anglo-Russian Convention of The 'Great Game' is the term used to refer to the antagonism that pervailed between Russia and the United Kingdom who competed with each other for control of the Central Asian tract comprising Afghanistan,Iran and Turkestan and the cold war like atmosphere which prevailed between the two powers specifically between the Russo-Persian Treaty of to the Anglo .

        The epilogue (pp. –48) reviews the course of Russo-British Relations following the Anglo-Russian Convention of down to the beginnings of World War I (pp. –43), providing also the final conclusions and implications of the study (pp. –7). Germany had the opportunity to interfere with the convention due to her growing interests in the Persia and the near east.[[Rogers Platt Churchill, The Anglo-Russian Convention of , Cedar Rapids, , p]] Although the treaty set out as one of its principles “as well as the permanent establishment of equal advantage for the trade.

      The present Convention shall be ratified, and the ratifications exchanged at St. Petersburgh as soon as possible. In witness whereof the respective Plenipotentiaries have signed the present Convention and affixed thereto their seals. Done in duplicate at St. Petersburgh, the 18th (31st) of August, Notes 1. second spans the period between that conflict and the Second Anglo-Afghan War, , while the third terminates with the Anglo-Russian Convention of , which effectively marked the end of the confrontation.


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ANGLO-RUSSIAN CONVENTION OFan agreement relating to Persia, Afghanistan, and on 31 August in St. Petersburg, it formalized political changes that had occurred in the Far East, the Middle East and Europe as a result of the Russo-Japanese war and the Russian revolution of Additional Physical Format: Online version: Churchill, Rogers Platt, Anglo-Russian convention of Cedar Rapids, Ia., Torch Press, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Churchill, Rogers Platt, Anglo-Russian convention of Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press [].

The Anglo-Russian Convention of made a neutral buffer of Tibet, recognized Britain’s interest in Afghanistan, and partitioned Persia into spheres of influence. Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey also hinted at the possibility of British support for Russian policy in the Balkans, reversing a century-old tradition.

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The previous sets have covered the periods –42 (The Great Game: Britain and Russia in Central Asia), and –80 (Great Power Rivalry in Central.

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