• Subiect: The Romanian boyar Alexandru Sturdza and the Holy Alliance The article tums to account some inedites documents belonging to the archives of St. Petersbourg: the role-played by a Romanian, the boyar Alexandru Sturdza, in the first European unification and its government. Alexandru Sturdza (1791-1854) was a refugee in Russia and, helped by his sister who was lady of honor of the tsarina Elizabeth, he became the private secretary of the count Ioannes Capodistria during the Congress of Vienna. Sturdza was the one who elaborated the letter signed by Louis the 18th after the Congress, letter in which the king of France informed the great European powers that "he would rather abdicate than reining a razed country''. The tsar Alexander the 1st asked to Alexander Sturdza to make some changes to the constitutive act of the Holy Alliance, transforming intemational in a political speech.
  • Limba de redactare: română
  • Secţiunea: Arheologie, istorie antică şi medie
  • Vezi publicația: Argesis - Studii şi Comunicări
  • Editura: Muzeul Judeţean Argeş
  • Loc publicare: Piteşti
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2004
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: XIII; anul 2004; seria Istorie
  • Paginaţia: 267-270
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