The Congress of Berlin (13 June – 13 July 1878) was a meeting of the
representatives of the ... As a result, Ottoman holdings in Europe declined sharply
; Bulgaria was ... Russia and Austria-Hu...
The Conference of Berlin was a test of the European will of hegemony, the ...
symbolic and functional markers results of the construction of the ways of iron
and the road .... The conference lasted until February 26, 1885 - a three month
period where .... The ambitious Leopold, through energy, determination and, not
least, his ...
(June 13–July 13, 1878), diplomatic meeting of the major European powers at
which the Treaty of Berlin replaced the Treaty of San Stefano, which had been ...
Bridgeman/Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin2014 marks both end points
of the ... Settling the consequences of the war was difficult enough, but the Great
... the so-called Congress System, which functioned at least from 1815 to 1822. ...
The three signatory monarchs (the tsar of Russia, the emperor of Austria and the
1884-1885 - Berlin West African Conference carves Africa into spheres of control
... map is thus a permanent liability that resulted from the three months of ignorant
, ... However, in 1882, as a result of the Egypt crisis, the government of France ...
THE conference at Berlin on the West-African question is an event unique in the
... the essential parts of an international conference, or that was so barren in
results ..... he was to explain that it was not that Portugal feared encroachment on
the part .... the hidden foes of Portugal, and demolished at least one lofty
At least three factors explain the peace: ... During the Congress of Berlin (1885),
the major powers divided up Africa. ... The most important outcome of World War
II was the emergence of two superpowers—the United States and the Soviet ...
The Balkan crisis concluded by the Berlin Treaty of 1878 represents a milestone
... For Europe it marked the disintegration of the newly formed Three Emperors' ....
By themselves they do not explain the wide ramifications of the 1875 uprising. .....
The result was that now, as in the time of the Crimean War, Britain emerged as ...
Feb 26, 2014 ... The Berlin Conference of 1884–85, also known as the Congo Conference ... This
changed as a result of King Leopold of Belgium's desire for glory. ... that common
trade in Africa was in the best interests of all three countries. .... Within a few
years, Africa was at least nominally divided up south of the Sahara.
The Berlin West Africa Conference of 1884-1885 has assumed a powerful
symbolic ... Its outcome was the conclusion of a General Act ratified by all major
colonial powers ... Last but not least, and this is the feature of international law
most commonly .... agenda for the Conference that was designed to address