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Француска и Србија и рат за уједињење Италије
France and Serbia and Unification of Italy

Author(s): Uroš Tatić
Subject(s): Political history, International relations/trade, 19th Century, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: Institut za strategijska istraživanja
Keywords: France; Serbia; Italy; Napoleon III; Alexander Valevski; Prince Miloš; Prince Mihailo; Kamilo Kavur; Lajoš Košut; 1859;

Summary/Abstract: By the end of February 1859 Prince Miloš decided to send his son Prince Mihailo to Paris to express his appreciation to Napoleon III for his benevolent attitude as well to ask for his further support. Above everything else, he was supposed to find out whether the Austrian – Italian conflict would reopen the Eastern question. During Prince Mihailo stay in Paris attitudes of French statesmen proved to be ambivalent in regard of the policy which should be pursued towards the various nations in Danube basin. Prince Mihailo was in two occasions received in audience by Emperor Napoleon who was very inclined towards the Serbian tendencies.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 23-45
  • Page Count: 23
  • Language: Serbian