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Issue № 21. December 2009

Russian Diplomats Against Austria in 1881–1882: Reasons and Nature of Opposition

Lidiya Yu. Pakhomova

Graduate student, Department of Southern and Western Slavic History, Faculty of History, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

The article examines the first years of Austro-Hungarian occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, acquired by the mandate of 1878. The author bases her research on the materials from the Archive of external policy of the Russian Empire. Russian government analyzed the difficulties of incorporating the new territories. The chronological boundaries of the research are defined by the occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the suppression of the rebellion of 1882, after which a peaceful integration of new territories into the Habsburg Empire began.

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History of Bosnia and Herzegovina, history of Austro-Hungary, Russian foreign policy in XIX–XX century, administration in occupied territories in 1878–1918.

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