Czartoryski and European Unity
Marian Kukiel


"The importance of Czartoryski could hardly be overestimated for the whole complex of 19th century political adjustments from Russia to Spain, England to the Dardanelles.... Thorough and well-constructed, this definitive study will have a very considerable effect upon diplomatic history of the Napoleonic and Restoration periods in Europe."—S. Harrison Thomson, Editor, Journal of Central European Affairs, and Professor of History, University of Colorado.

First published in 1955.

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