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Historical narrative of the Turko-Russian war

a history of the war commenced in April, 1877, between Russian and Turkey; preceded by a summary of the events which led up to the outbreak of hostilities, including the Servian and Montenegrin campaigns of 1876, with chapters upon the constitution and resources of the two empires, their national habits and customs, and their relations with the remaining state of Europe.
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Historical narrative of the Turko-Russian war: a history of the war commenced in April,between Russian and Turkey; preceded by a summary of the events which led up to the outbreak of hostilities, including the Servian and Montenegrin campaigns ofwith chapters upon the constitution and resources of the two empires, their national habits and customs, and their relations with the remaining state of Europe.

Historical narrative of the Turko-Russian war: a history of the war commenced in April,between Russian and Turkey ; preceded by a summary of the events which led up to the outbreak of hostilities, including the Servian and Montenegrin campaigns of with chapters upon the constitution and resources of the two empires, their national habits and customs, and their relations with the remaining state of Europe.

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Edition. First Edition. Published By: Adam & Co. (London) Undated, first edition circa St Mary's Books And Prints, 9 St Marys Hill, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2DP, England. The Russo-Turkish wars were a series of twelve wars fought between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire between the 17th and 20th centuries.

It was one of the longest series of military conflicts in European history. Except for the war of –11 and the Crimean War, which is often treated as a separate event, the conflicts ended disastrously for the stagnating Ottoman Empire; conversely they showcased the ascendancy of Russia.

Russo-Turkish wars, series of wars between Russia and the Ottoman Empire in the 17th–19th century. The wars reflected the decline of the Ottoman Empire and resulted in the gradual southward extension of Russia’s frontier and influence into Ottoman territory.

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