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The British And The Hellenes Struggles For Mastery In The Eastern Mediterranean 1850 1960 2008
II, No. Another little Island, very wet and very hot, Whatever will she do with little Cyprus? Cyprus, satellite view. Political map of Cyprus.
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This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book discusses the comparative study of Hellenic unification, culminating with the breakdown of the Anglo-Hellenic relationship in the case of Cyprus.
It deals with the colonial and post-colonial experience of Cyprus, wherein matters of historiography, social and political history. The book examines the country's accession to the European Union and the repercussions of the financial crisis. It provides the necessary background for the appraisal of Robert Holland's contribution to Cyprus' colonial history. The book discusses the major milestones and ideological factors that influenced the course of historical scholarship of the period under examination.
Description The Greek revolt against Turkish rule in the s and the ensuing establishment of an independent Hellenic Kingdom was the principal precursor of an age of nationalism in the eastern Mediterranean world.
Amongst the Great Powers, Great Britain played the most critical role in struggles to expand the frontiers of Greece beyond their initial extent. Through a focus on events leading to the cession of the Ionian Islands to Greece in , the often bloody process of Cretan unification climaxing in , the adhesion of the Dodecanese to Greece in and the travails of British colonial rule in Cyprus through to independence in , this book develops a comparative overview of Great Britain's engagements with the modern Hellenic experience. New arrivals.