PETRESCU-DIMBOVITA, Mircea. Anuarul Institutului de Isotire si Arheologie A.D. Xenopol, Supliment 4).
Title: Anglo-Romanian Relations after 1821. Paperback.
Publisher:  Editura Academiei Republicii Socialiste Romania, Iasi, 1983,
Seller ID: 114035
PETRESCU-DIMBOVITA, Mircea. Anglo-Romanian Relations after 1821. Iasi : Editura Academiei Republicii Socialiste Romania, 1983. First Printing. Pp. (2),-301,(3), + 16 p. of black and white illustrations at rear. 8vo, green card covers, black lettering to front and spine, in white jacket, green lettering to front and spine. Academia de Stiinte Sociale si Politice a Republicii Socialiste Romania, Anuarul Institutului de Istorie si Arheologie A.D.Xenopol, Supliment IV. Stamp of the "Institute of Soviet and East European Studies" to front cover and title page, else very good in nicked dustjacke t. 50.00 Contents: "The English Public Opinion and the Struggle of the Transylvanian Romanians for their Rights" (Stefan Pascu); "The Vlachs of Macedonia: Some British Perspectives" (Richard Clogg); "Dumitru Bratianu and British Public Opinion Regarding the Unification of the Romanian Principalities, 1848-1859" (Trevor J. Hope); "Romanian Principalities and England in the Period Previous the Revolution of 1848" (Gh. Platon); "Romanian-English Relations during the Congress of Berlin" (V. Cristian); "The Anglo-Romanian Economic Relations between 1821-1856" (Paul Cernovodeanu); "Sir Charles Hartley and the Development of Romania's Lower Danube-Black Sea Commerce in the Late Nineteenth Century" (David Turnock); "Structural and Qualitative Changes Concerning the British-Romanian Commercial Relations during the Modern and Contemporaneous Ages" (Gheorghe Dobre); "The Theory and Practice of Neutrality in the First World War: The Romanian Contribution, 1914-1916" (Maurice Pearton); "The Romanian-British Relations between 1914-1916" (Vasile Vesa); "Some Considerations on the Romanian-English Relations, 1916-1920" (Valeriu FLorin Dobrinescu); "R.W. Seton-Watson, 'The New Europe', and the Romanians" (H. Hanak); "Anglo-Romanian Cultural Relations in a Phase of Transition" (Alexandra Dutu); "The Bucklean Impact on Romanian Culture" (AlexandraZub); "Anglo-Romanian Contacts in Literature, 1848-1878" (Eric Tappe); "En gland in the 19th Century Romanian Memoirs" (Stefan Lemny); "Nicolae Iorga and the History of Anglo-Romanian Relations" (Gh. Buzatu); "Intervention onProfessor Richard Clogg's Communication" (Al. Andronic); "English Literatu re in the 'Convorbiri Literare'" (Sorin Parvu); "Relations Financieres Anglo-Roumaines" (I. Saizu(; "Intermediate 'Channels' of Information about English Literature in the Nineteenth Century" (Grigore Veres); "A Lady-Novelistand a Diplomat on Transylvania and its People, 1888-1892" (Cornelia Bodea) ; "A. Chamberlain and N. Titulescu" (D. Sandru); "Romanian Insurrection of August 1944 and the British Press" (Gh. Buzatu and Al. Pascu). With index.