THE REIGN OF ALEXANDER OBRENOVIĆ IN THE REFLECTION OF THE RUSSIAN PRESS

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  • Victor E. Tumanin Kazan Federal University, Institute of International Relations, History and Oriental Studies
  • Marat Z. Galiullin Kazan Federal University, Institute of International Relations, History and Oriental Studies
  • Denis R. Sharafutdinov Kazan Federal University, Institute of International Relations, History and Oriental Studies

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n4.48457

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history, international relations, Europe, Serbia, Russia, Austria, the Balkans

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April 1, 1893, the sixteen-year-old King of Serbia, Alexander Obrenović, made a coup d'état [1]. On the direct instructions of his father, Milan Obrenović, who lived after his abdication in France, minor Alexander Obrenovićh arrested the regents J. Ristić, K. Protić and J. Belimarcović, sent ministers in prison, declared himself an adult and took power into his own hands. [2] The events of 1893 became a new stage in the difficult period of the development of the independent Serbian state at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries; that period is of particular interest to researchers [3, 16, 17]. The events that the contemporaries called "the Serbian revolution" were discussed in the European press solely from the point of view of practical expediency, and therefore even the most cautious contemporaries were inclined to see the latent participation of Russian diplomacy in it. The English "Times" decided that the "act" of the king is "although not constitutional", but "natural" [4]. The representatives of the press in other European capitals (Berlin, Vienna and Paris newspapers) agreed with the opinion of the newspaper which sympathized with the liberation of Serbia from the "imaginary liberal terror" and the " bold move " of the king who put an end to the protracted crisis, the way out could not be peaceful, in their opinion [5]. It was not without curiosity: "Daily News" of Gladstone launched a malicious wickedness around the world calling the April events in Belgrade "a wedding gift to Knyaz Saxe-Coburg" [4]. The coup d'etat á la Alexandre de Serbie was a household name for a long time.

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2019-10-02

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TUMANIN, V. E.; GALIULLIN, M. Z.; SHARAFUTDINOV, D. R. THE REIGN OF ALEXANDER OBRENOVIĆ IN THE REFLECTION OF THE RUSSIAN PRESS. Gênero & Direito, [S. l.], v. 8, n. 4, 2019. DOI: 10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n4.48457. Disponível em: https://periodicos.ufpb.br/ojs/index.php/ged/article/view/48457. Acesso em: 17 out. 2021.

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