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Autori: Trogrlić, Marko; Vrandečić, Josip
Naslov: French Rule in Dalmatia, 1806-1814: Globalizing a Local Geopolitics
( French Rule in Dalmatia, 1806-1814: Globalizing a Local Geopolitics )
Knjiga: Napoleon's Empire. European Politics in Global Perspective
Urednik/ci: Planert, Ute
Izdavač: Palgrave Macmillan
Grad: London
Godina: 2015
Raspon stranica:: 264-276
Ukupni broj stranica u knjizi:: 334
ISBN: 978-1-137-45546-8
Ključne riječi: French Rule in Dalmatia, 1806-1814, Napoleon's Empire
( French Rule in Dalmatia, 1806-1814, Napoleon's Empire )
The purpose of this chapter is two-fold: first, to present the implementation of the new Adriatic geopolitical paradigm imposed by Napoleon’s takeover of Dalmatia in 1806 ; and second, to address the inner dynamics of French rule in the province—both its achievements and its flaws. Napoleon’s foreign policies and the military build-up changed the early-modern political environment in the Adriatic, traditionally dominated by the regional powers of Venice, the Habsburgs and the Turks. The French grand strategy, which included the Eastern Mediterranean, consequently brought the other great power contenders to the region, namely the British and Russians, who each had a traditionally weak presence in the southern European periphery, situated far from their capitals and the continental battlefields. The ensuing Anglo-French struggle for power and peace in the new arena was marked by the relentless use of force—but also by a French political ideology of liberal reformism and narrative. The Dalmatian local bourgeois revolution involved multiple population strata: nobles, the middle-class, even members of rural, conservative society. The democratic limits of the new regime were combined with war, recruitment and economic blockades, and a polarized society. The French administration modernized and improved the judicial system, administration, education, and roads, but the human and material cost it entailed exceeded anything seen since the Turkish wars.
Projekt / tema: 244-2690754-0766
Izvorni jezik: eng
Kategorija: Znanstveni
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