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Great Britain and the Cyprus convention policy of 1878
Dwight E. Lee
|Statement||by Dwight E. Lee.|
|Series||Harvard historical studies -- 38|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
The Anglo-Turkish Convention of 4 June was drafted after the Russo-Turkish War of and granted control of Cyprus to Great Britain. 1 In ancient times, the island of Cyprus was ruled by the Roman Empire (–), the Lusignans (–), and the Venetians (–). The Ottoman Empire governed Cyprus from – Weakened by defeat in the Turkish-Russian war of –78, the Sultan sought military assistance from Great Britain prior to the Berlin Congress.
The international court of human rights last year ruled that Turkey's year occupation of northern Cyprus was an illegal act and that it violated the human rights convention on 14 : Paul Hamilos. The Congress of Berlin in also allowed Austria-Hungary to occupy Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to take over Cyprus. The initial Treaty of San Stefano, signed on 3 March , is today celebrated on Liberation Day in Bulgaria,  although the occasion somewhat fell out of favour during years Location: Balkans, Caucasus.
Great Britain: Foreign Policy and the Span of Empire, A Documentary History - Vol. 2 By Joel H. Wiener Chelsea House, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic. The Cyprus Convention of 4 June, saw the Ottomans sign over the control of Cyprus to Great Britain in exchange for their support and formation of a Convention of Defensive Alliance. This informal agreement came to an end when Britain and Turkey found .
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Cyprus was part of the British Empire from under military occupation from – and a Crown colony from – However, Cyprus' status as a protectorate of the British Empire ended in when the Ottoman Empire declared war against the Triple Entente powers, which included Great Britain.
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Conditions of Evacuation of Cyprus by Great Britain. That if Russia restores to Turkey Kars, and the other conquests made by her in Armenia during the last war, the Island of Cyprus will be evacuated by England, and the Convention of the 4th of June,will be at an end. Done at Constantinople, the 1st day of July, ‘ A Memorandum concerning Cyprus, ’, Journal of Modern History 3 () – and Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention of (Harvard ); Headlam-Morley, J., Studies in Diplomatic History (London ) –and Temperley, H., ‘ Disraeli and Cyprus ’, English Historical Review 46 () – 9.
See also Cited by: 1. Britain occupied Cyprus by virtue of the Anglo–Turkish Convention signed on 4 June Russia’s victory in the Russo-Turkish War of –8 gave it the power to force the sultan to sign the Treaty of San Stefano on 3 Marchwhich overturned the balance of power in European and Asiatic Turkey.
The Conservative Government of Lord. CYPRUS CONVENTION (). agreement to let the british occupy ottoman-held cyprus in return for promise of military aid. The Russian – Ottoman War of to ended with the Treaty of San Stefano, forced on the defeated Ottoman Empire by Russia's czar and his minister Nikolas Ignatiev.
San Stefano, however, was not to the liking of Britain's prime minister, Benjamin Disraeli. Dwight E. Lee, Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention Policy of (Cambridge, MA, ).Back to (6) Robert Holland and Diana Markides, The British and the Hellenes: Struggles for Mastery in the Eastern Mediterranean (Oxford, ).Back to (7).
Bonds and Bridgeheads: The Geopolitical and Financial Context of the British Acquisition of Cyprus, – Anderson, O. Great Britain and the Beginnings of the Ottoman Public Debt. The Historical Journal VIII (1): Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention Policy.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University : Diana Markides. In Julythree hundred years of Ottoman rule over Cyprus abruptly ended when the Sultan ceded the island to Great Britain via an agreement known as the Cyprus Convention.
The events leading up to this began in the Balkans inwhen a revolt against Ottoman rule in Herzegovina quickly spread throughout the region and Bulgaria. Other articles where Cyprus Convention of is discussed: Cyprus: British rule: The Cyprus Convention of between Britain and Turkey provided that Cyprus, while remaining under Turkish sovereignty, should be administered by the British government.
Britain’s aim in occupying Cyprus was to secure a base in the eastern Mediterranean for possible operations in the Caucasus or Mesopotamia.
For details of these diplomatic dealings see B. Sumner, Russia and the Balkans – (Oxford, ) ch. 17 and app. 8; Seton-Watson, Eastern Question, pp. –19, –9; Dwight E. Lee, Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention Policy of (Cambridge, Mass., ) pp.
82–7; and W. Medlicott, The Congress of Berlin and After Author: Marvin Swartz. “By the Convention of we bound Cyprus to pay a tribute to the Sultan of 92, £.
is Convention was made for our own purposes, because it was then thought a matter of high military. At the same time Great Britain declared the conventions of June 4, July 1, and Augbetween Great Britain and Turkey, by the terms of which Great Britain acquired the right to occupy and administer Cyprus, to be annulled by the war, and formally annexed Cyprus, as appears from the following extract from the Order in Council of.
Great Britain: Foreign Policy and the Span of Empire, A Documentary History - Vol. 4 By Joel H. Wiener Chelsea House, PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
It is rare to review a book that was published nearly 60 years ago. It is also a privilege, because Sir George Hill’s last volume in his four-volume A History of Cyprus is considered by most historians of Cyprus as the starting point for both students and scholars of the Ottoman and British periods (until ) of Cyprus’ past.
This review will not attempt to provide a comprehensive. 7. () 68 British and Foreign State Papers, On the origins and nature of the convention see generally Lee, Great Britain and Cyprus Convention Policy of (); Hill, A History of Cyprus () Vol.
IV Chap. VII. 8. Annex to the Cyprus Convention, ( .Murray Chapman, Across Cyprus (London, ).Back to (5) 6. Dwight E. Lee, Great Britain and the Cyprus Convention Policy of (Cambridge, MA, ).
Back to (6) 7. Robert Holland and Diana Markides, The British and the Hellenes: Struggles for Mastery in the Eastern Mediterranean (Oxford, ).Back to (7) 8.This master’s thesis aims to analyze British policy towards Cyprus and the Cyprus question in the period of to British policy towards Cyprus is mainly for military aspects.
Cyprus has an importance for Britain, as it has SBAs in the island especially for intelligence, communication. British File Size: KB.