8 edition of Britain, Russia, and the Armed Neutrality of 1780 found in the catalog.
Britain, Russia, and the Armed Neutrality of 1780
Isabel De Madariaga
|Statement||With a foreword by Samuel Flagg Bemis.|
|LC Classifications||D295 .M23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 496 p.|
|Number of Pages||496|
|LC Control Number||62008253|
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Armed Neutrality of By David M. Griffiths The League of Armed Neutrality of is hardly terra incognito to historians. But while its negative effect on Great Britain's ability to prosecute the War for American Independence is generally admitted, less widely recognized is America's role in the creation of the League.
Britain, Russia, and the Armed Neutrality of ; Sir James Harris's mission to St. Petersburg during the American Revolution. Her publications include: Britain, Russia and the Armed Neutrality of Sir James Harris`s Mission to St Petersburg during the American Revolution; with G. Ionescu: Opposition, Past and Present of a Political Institution; Russia in the Age of Catherine the Great; Catherine the Great - A Short History ; Politics and Culture in Eighteenth Century Russia - Collected Essays; and Ivan The Terrible.
1 For informed speculation see Isabel De Madariaga Britain, Russia, and the Armed Neutrality of (Yale University Press, ), pp.
71, 84, 95,2 Although many sources came to light since its publication, W.P. Cresson’s Francis Dana: A.
22 rows The First League of Armed Neutrality was an alliance of minor naval powers .