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Britain, Prussia, Russia and the Galitzin Letter: A Reassessment

Автор
Леонард Кэрол Скотт
 
Соавторы
Karl W. Schweizer
 
Тип публикации
Статья
 
Язык публикации
Русский
 
Издательство
The Historical Journal: 26(03)
 
Год
1983
 
Количество страниц
531
 

Аннотация
Most historians have agreed that only the death of Empress Elizabeth (5 January 1762) and the accession of her nephew, the prussophile Peter III, saved Prussia from destruction in that epic conflict known as the Seven Years’ War. Just when Frederick II's military fortunes were at their lowest point — by early 1762, numerous parts of Prussia had already or were about to come under enemy control — and total defeat appeared unavoidable, chance intervened in the person of the new czar, who, victor though he was, withdrew his forces from the front, offered an armistice and agreed to relinquish without compensation the gains (East Prussia and Pomerania) which Russia had made during the war. At a stroke, the great anti-Prussian confederacy dating from 1757 had collapsed.

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Britain, Prussia, Russia

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