Kırım Savaşı'nın Kökenleri (1848-1853)
Güler, Kamil Erdem
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This research covers the dissolution of 1815 coalition (Vienna System) between Britain, France and Russia through the 1848 revolts and the origins of the Crimean War by the evolved events after the revolts. In the first chapter, the research adresses the reasons of collapse of the Vienna System that triggered the rivalry between Britain and Russia. In the second chapter, the study covers the 1848 revolutions that resulted due to the collapse of the Vienna system and finally the impacts of 1848 revolts to the Ottoman Empire. In the third chapter, the research analysed rivalry between Britain, France, Russia and Ottoman Empire and disputes on the Holy Places. In the forth chapter, it covers the question of Montenegro and mission of Prince Menchikov that are linked with the final causes of the war.