Gladstone's Foreign Policy 1868-1874

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Gladstone's first ministry was of what period?
1868-1874
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Did Gladstone mean to weaken Britain?
No, it was never directly intentional
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Gladstone wanted to avoid war, for many reasons. What wasn't one of them?
It would mean he'd have to walk home on Tuesdays
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United Germany emerged from the different Prussian States in 1871. This was led by which leader?
Otto Von Bismarck
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When was the Crimean War?
1854-1856
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Possibly the most relevant clause of the Treaty of Paris to the course is?
ToP banned all Russian warships and naval bases in the Black Sea
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Turkey was the leading state in the
Ottoman Empire
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Gladstone's Foreign Secretary was
Granville
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The Foriegn Policy of 1868-1874 was almost bullied with criticism. Disraeli said
Gladstone "enfeebled" Britain
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The Times said Gladstone _______________
"Was too ready to back down", a "demoralising" state for Britain
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When was the Franco-Prussian War?
1870-1871
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During the skirmishes of the Franco-Prussian War, France lost what section of land?
Alsace-Lorraine
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which side was Britain on (in the F-P war?)
She remained neutral
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