War Correspondence Of The “daily News” 1877 With A Connecting Narrative :.
Bound in original decorated red cloth, gilt with black endpapers and blind-embossed stamp of Aberdeen University Library neatly centred on upper board, also retaining original neat shelf label to spine. Book plate of Aberdeen University with official cancellation stamp to front paste down.
Macmillan and Co.,
Forming a continuous history of the war between russia and turkey including the letters of a.forbes, j.a.macgahan, and many other special correspondents in europe and asia. third edition containing a full description of the taking of kars.
8vo, 5 x 7.5 inches, xvi + 643 pp.
Russia had experienced numerous clashes with Turkish forces over a period of centuries, culminating in the Russo-Turkish War where Russia came to the aid of Ottoman-occupied Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Bulgaria. The war concluded with the Treaty of San Stefano, which resulted in the liberation of several Balkan countries.
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