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Franco-Russian Alliance, 1891

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Russian Winter Stalls French Advance

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Pitt (the celibate) tries to Maintain Equilibrium between Russia and Turkey- Sheridan Critical

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Suspicions by the British at Peace Terms following the Crimean War

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Disraeli Stands for 'British Interests' Against Russian Expansionism

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Continental Anglophobia

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Suggestions of Anglo-Russian Entente

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Napoleon 'Snuffed Out' by the Russians

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France's Loan to Russia

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Gladstone ignoring Russian atrocities not suited to his party's political purposes

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The Royal Masquerade at Somerset House.

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Aberdeen Smoking the Pipe of Peace - Aberdeen and France at War with Russia

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Soldiers Freezing in the Crimean War

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Russian Ambitions for Port Arthur

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Tsar Nicholas at declaration of Crimean War

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Russian policy in Bulgaria, 1886

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Palmerstone replaces Lord Aberdeen- Confidence for War in Crimea

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Afghanistan-British Disputes with Russia

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The Invasion of Turkey by Russia (Bears and Bees)

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Criticism of Tsarist Russia

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General Fevrier Turned Traitor - The Crimean War

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Second Coalition Attempting to Push the French out of Italy

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Anglo-Russian Rapprochement at Berlin

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The Liberal Party jealous of Disraeli's 'Peace with Honuor' in the Balkans

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Gladstone's message that the British people would not support Turkey against Russia in the Balkans

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