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AuthorNichols, Irby C. author
TitleThe European Pentarchy and the Congress of Verona, 1822 [electronic resource] / by Irby C. Nichols
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1971
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-2725-0
Descript 377 p. online resource

SUMMARY

For one reason or another. modem historians have neglected the Congress of Verona. some because they thought the field already had been thoroughly plowed. while others doubted that enough material could be found for more than an article or two on the subject. Indeed. not a single book-length monograph of this international assembly has ever been published in any language. This study. therefore. attempts to fill the gap by (1) explaining the genesis of the Congress. (2) furnishing a comprehensive account of its work. (3) revising some of the interpretations of Sir Charles K. Webster. Harold W. V. Tempedey. and others. and (4) analyzing the significance of the Congress. with emphasis on its contribution to the fall of the Quintuple Alliance. a consequence aided by the dissimilar and often contradictory interests of the allies themselves. This book is essentially a diplomatic history. but diplomats. of course. do not live in a vacuum. Numerous political. social. commercial. financial. and sometimes even religious factors. impinge upon their consciousness


CONTENT

I Genesis of the Congress: February 1821-October 1822 -- Prologue The Diplomatic Background of the Congress -- I The Road to Vienna -- II The Vienna Stalemate -- II The Congress at Work: October-December 1822 -- III From Vienna to Verona: Preliminaries to the Congress -- IV The Spanish Question -- V The Spanish Colonial Question -- VI The Slave Trade Question -- VII The Italian Congress -- VIII Great Britain and the Golden Maxim -- IX The Curtain Falls -- III Problems in Historiography and Interpretation -- X Wellington and the Congress -- XI Chateaubriand and the Congress -- XII Chateaubriandโ{128}{153}s War -- Epilogue From Congress System to Concert of Europe


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