Diplomacy of the Uprising

  • Irina Marin


In this chapter, the author offers an analysis of the highest circle of news propagation and charts the coursing of information through the diplomatic structures of Austria-Hungary and Tsarist Russia, relying on correspondence between the consulates in Romania and the imperial metropolitan centres. The main concerns of the diplomats, their risk assessment advice and appraisal of the contamination potential of the uprising, as well as the measures suggested and taken, form the core of this chapter.


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  • Irina Marin
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  1. 1.Augsburg UniversityAugsburgGermany

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