Liberal Diplomacy and German Unification

Liberal Diplomacy and German Unification

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Examination of mid-Victorian liberal ideas through the early diplomatic career of Robert Morier, the British Foreign Office's foremost expert on German affairs in the period leading up to German unification in 1871.1 In practice, this meant careful propagandizing by diplomats and consuls, but little more, as indicated by Granvillea#39;s instructions to the diplomatic service in 1852. ... And only then did the inadequacies of Britaina#39;s commercial information- gathering and processing organs become evident. ... Meanwhile, Foreign Office mandarins like Hammond resented Chapter Six: Free Trade and Commercial Treaties, anbsp;...

Title:Liberal Diplomacy and German Unification
Author: Scott W. Murray
Publisher:Greenwood Publishing Group - 2000-01-01

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