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(1920) [MARC] Author: Anatolij Nekljudov - Tema: War, Russia
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CONTENTS


CHAPTER I
MY APPOINTMENT TO SOFIA
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My former relations with M. Sazonoff—Scheme for a Russo-Bulgarian
military convention—Question of relations with King
Ferdinand—Audience of the Emperor; H.I.M. gives me his instructions—Serious
illness of M. Sazonoff—I leave for Sofia
1-6
CHAPTER II
KING FERDINAND OF BULGARIA
His youth; his sudden rise to power—First years of his reign—His
reconciliation with Russia—Relations between the King and the people;
the King’s janizaries—Moral and political portrait of Ferdinand; his
distrust; his irresolution
7-15
CHAPTER III
BULGARIA IN 1911
My audience of the King—Fall of the Malinov Cabinet; its
antecedents—The Turkish Revolution of 1908—The crisis of the annexation of
Bosnia; complete independence of Bulgaria; we favour the new
Kingdom in the settlement of the crisis—Ulterior Bulgarian ambitions
dictate the formation of a new Nationalist and essentially Russophile
Cabinet
16-24
CHAPTER IV
RUSSIAN AND BULGARIAN RELATIONS
M. John Gueshov—M. Todorov—M. Danev; my first conversation with
him—My relations with Gueshov—The Great Sobranjé of Tirnova in
June, 1911—Visit to Russia of the Crown-Prince Boris; matrimonial
schemes—Death of M. Stolypin; his characteristics; influence of his
disappearance on the foreign policy of Russia—Visit of the Russian
Squadron to Varna—Outbreak of the Italo-Turkish war
25-37
CHAPTER V
SERBO-BULGARIAN RELATIONS
Serbo-Bulgarian relations; the Bulgarians enter on fresh parleyings with
the Serbians—Historical statement of Russian action with regard to
the Serbians and Bulgarians—My journey to Davos—An unexpected
meeting—Conversation with M. Sazonoff—Return by Belgrade;
conversation with M. Hartwig; characteristics of the latter
38-51

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