Италианската политика спрямо Княжество България от Освобождението до признаването на Фердинанд за български княз (1878-1896)
Italian Politics Towards Principality of Bulgaria from the Liberation to the accepting of Ferdinand for Bulgarian prince (1878-1896)
Author(s): Rita Tolomeo
Contributor(s): Antonina Kuzmanova (Translator)
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Politics, History, Cultural history, Diplomatic history, Political history, Modern Age, International relations/trade, 19th Century
Published by: Издателска къща "Гутенберг"
Keywords: Balkan politics;Nineteenth century;Italian-Bulgarian diplomacy;Eastern Europe history;Ferdinand Saxe-Coburg-Gotha;
Summary/Abstract: The Italians strongly sympathized the liberation of Bulgaria. Briefly after the Liberation Ferdinand arrived to Bulgaria. This article presents the complex political affiliations that many countries like England, the Ottoman empire, Italy, Serbia, Austria-Hungary and others held towards the new country. The Italian diplomats from the nineteenth century tried to held their objectivity and not take sides in the political problems that occurred between Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire and so did not support the exaggerated claims the Ottoman Empire held against the new country.
- Page Range: 59-74
- Page Count: 16
- Publication Year: 2012
- Language: Bulgarian