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Aurel Decei, Relatiile romano-orientale (Bucharest, 1978), pp. 118–39. 6. Mihai Maxim, Tarile romane si Inalta Poarta (Bucharest, 1993). 7. Eudoxiu de Hurmuzaki, Documente privitoare la istoria romanilor, III1, p. 175. 8. , pp. 173–74. 9. , pp. 193–94. 10. , III2, pp. 76–77; A. Veress, Documente privitoare la istoria Ardealului, Moldovei si Tarii Romanesti, IV (Bucharest, 1932), pp. 185–88. 11. Hurmuzaki, Documente privitoare III1, pp. 209–13. 12. G. Pray, Dissertationes historico-criticae (Vindobonae, 1774), pp.

7 Hutton’s plans did not turn out quite as he had hoped, however, because his blunt condemnations of Canadian martial skills had twigged the nationalistic nose of more than a few of the Dominion’s senior militiamen, and they were bent on proving him wrong. They mounted their own very vocal campaign to send a separate force that would demonstrate Canada’s military competence, responsibility, and maturity. One of most vocal such advocates was the irrepressible militiaman and member of parliament Col.

Developments in connection with the outbreak of war in 1914 put the maritime relations on a totally new basis. With the neutrality of Italy, the two sea powers were again geographically divided and did not have common operational plans. This situation had immediate effects. Austria-Hungary focused on the Adriatic Sea, and the German Reich largely had to relinquish its presence in the Mediterranean. Only in the course of war did the cooperation of the two navies become more specific and prompt combined plans and operations.

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