The foreign policy of Palmerston 1830-1841 Britain, the liberal movement and the Eastern Question. by Sir Charles Kingsley Webster

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English statesman. Born into an aristocratic family, Palmerston was educated at the universities of Edinburgh and Cambridge. At the beginning of his political career, he was affiliated with the Tories, but in he joined. The Foreign Policy of Palmerston, Britain, the Liberal Movement and the Eastern Question.

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