[Copy of] Letter from E. A. Whitmore to J. C. Ardagh, July 16, 1880

[Copy of] Letter from E. A. Whitmore to J. C. Ardagh, July 16, 1880

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Abstract / Summary
A handwritten letter labeled 'copy' and dated July 16, 1880, from E. A. Whitmore of the British War Office to Sir John Charles Ardagh, praises his work on the Berlin conference about the Greek-Turkish border, as well as passing along other praise from Lord Granville and His Royal Highness. It is accompanied by a white index sheet labeled 'PRO 30/40 - Ardagh Papers - 8/1.'
Field of Interest
World History
Copyright Message
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Content Type
Letter
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Page Count
2
Page Range
1-2
Series Number
Turco-Greek Frontier. 1879-1891.
Subject
World History, Global Issues, History, Social Sciences, Political and Social Movements, Territorial Disputes, Border Disputes, Turkey and its Borders, International relations, Political boundaries, Convention of Constantinople, July 2, 1881, Congress of Berlin, 1878, Geography, Diplomacy, Movimientos Políticos y Sociales, Movimentos Sociais e Políticos, Las Disputas Territoriales, Disputas Territoriais, Granville Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville, 1815-1891, Sir John Charles Ardagh, 1840-1907, Industrialization and Western Global Hegemony (1750–1914)
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Movimientos Políticos y Sociales, Movimentos Sociais e Políticos, Las Disputas Territoriales, Disputas Territoriais

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