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The Crimean War

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On 4 July 1854, Dumitru Brătianu addressed a memorandum to the British Foreign Secretary, Lord Clarendon, in which the Romanian diaspora protested against the Austrian occupation, which took effect in mid-August. Conservative Austria's involvement in the Eastern crisis was not to everybody's taste in Britain. For the Romanians, the decision meant simply the realization of older Austrian expansionist plans in South-East Europe and the replacement of one foreign occupation with another.

Keywords: Crimean war; Dumitru Brătianu; Romanian



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