A Providential Anti-Semitism: Nationalism and Polity in by William O. Oldson

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Rs. The reports of Romania's diplomatic agents left no doubt in his mind that there would be no recognition of his government's independence until the decrees issued at Berlin were accepted. Prince and government were likewise aware that they had suffered a major public ' lndepcrndrn(A /Wnolniti, Doposcu & C. I. ). (8ucure~ti : Editura Academiei Repul>lidi Socialiste Romo\nia, •918), 43); M. ei noastre:' Opm polltiol. o-t87g), l.

Bucharest gave the distinct impression, and would continue to do so throughout the eighteen month tug-of-war until formally recognized as independent, of attempting to frus,. Constantin C. Giurescu. Via(a ~i opera lui Cuza \bda. n~i· 6ca. u- 4 & )u-u; lancu. iwl'$elle" played the most adlw, though not ultimately an effe

9 Through the spring of 1878 as the time for Congress of Berlin neared, the Italian government continued its policy of what has been termed "platonic" support of the Romanian cause. By 23 March the Romanians had been able to assuage Italian sensibilities sufficiently that the commercial convention was hnalized. ntly this interchange with the Italians had been for the Romanians a foretaste of what was to come in its confrontation with the Great Powers at Berlin. In rationalizing a set of answers to the Italians' indictment on the Jewish question, they began the process of constructing a public relations platform.

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