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Battles And Diplomacy During The War

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This chapter dwells on the battles of the war to the extent that Ottomans were involved in them, using Ottoman, Russian and European sources in a comparative and critical manner. It focuses on those battles, events and aspects of the war that the author feels as most important. The chapter examines the extent of reforms in the Ottoman army, how it fought, how it was led, organized and supplied. Finally, it analyses how the Porte carried out its diplomacy in this period, considering the efforts of the great powers and the Porte from the declaration of war in October 1853 until the Treaty of Paris at the end of March 1856.

Keywords: battles; Crimean War; Ottoman army; Porte



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