East and West, a Diplomatic History of the Annexation of the Ionian Islands to the Kingdom of Greece: Accompanied by a Translation of the Dispatches Exchanged Between the Greek Government and Its Plenipotentiary at London, and a Collection of the Principal Treaties, Conventions and Protocols, Concerning the Ionian Islands and Greece, Concluded Between 1797 and 1864
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