Syllabus on International Relations

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D. THE REVAL INTERVIEW, 1908.
1. Visit of English sovereign to Tsar at Reval.
2. Announcement in press of Anglo-Russian agreement regarding Macedonia.
3. Significance as an indication of reconciliation of English and Russian Balkan policies, supplementing convention of 1907.

E. NATURE OF THE TRIPLE ENTENTE.
1. France and Russia united by alliance of 1892-3.
2. France and England united in "entente" based on Egypt-Morocco agreement of 1904, supplemented by military-naval conversations of 1906.
3. England and Russia united by "entente" based on agreement of 1907.
4. Japan as England's ally and virtually fourth member of Entente.

XV. THE YOUNG TURK REVOLUTION AND THE BOSNIAN CRISIS
References:--* Gooch, ch. xii. * Marriott, ch. ix. * Mowatt, 274-8. # Earle, Turkey, the Great Powers, etc., 217-29. # Anderson and Hershey, 371-89. # Bulow, Imperial Germany, 50-4. Marriott, Eastern Question, ch. xv. Debidour, II, 113-24. Friedjung, II, chs. xxiv-xxv. Brandenburg, ch. xii. # Siebert and Schreiner, 229-72. # A. F. Pribram, Austrian Foreign Policy, 1908-1918. # Schevill, Balkan Peninsula, ch. xxix. M. E. Durham , Twenty Years of Balkan Tangle. Seton-Watson, The Southern Slavs. W. Miller, The Ottoman Empire and Its Successors. Izvolsky, Memoirs. Bogicevic, Causes of the War. Szilassy, Untergang der Donaumonarchie. Schwertfeger, III. Sosnosky, Die Balkanpolitik Oesterreich-Ungarns. Molden, Alois Graf Aehrenthal. Conrad von Hötzendorf , Aus meiner Dienstzeit. Driault, La Question d'Orient. R. Pinon , L'Europe et la jeune Turquie. Laloy, Les Documents secrets. Compare also Part 3, IX.
A. THE YOUNG TURK REVOLUTION OF 1908.

B. INTENTION OF YOUNG TURKS TO RESTORE OTTOMAN AUTHORITY IN MACEDONIA, CRETE, BULGARIA, AND BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA.

C. PROCLAMATION OF BULGARIAN INDEPENDENCE, OCTOBER 5, 1908.
1. Previous understanding with Vienna.
2. Turkish demand for indemnity.
3. Russian diplomatic championship of Bulgaria and settlement of indemnity question.

D. PROCLAMATION OF UNION OF CRETE WITH GREECE.
1. Greek irredentism, regarding Crete, before 1908.
2. Cretan proclamation of union with Greece, October 12, 1908.
3. Turkish refusal to recognize union.
4. Attitude of Great Powers.

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