During the American Civil War, the British legation and consuls experienced strained relations with both the Union and the Confederacy, to varying degrees and with different results. Southern consuls were cut off from the legation in Washington, D.C., and confronted their problems for the most part without direction from superiors. Consuls in the North sought assistance from the British foreign minister and followed the procedures he established. Diplomatic relations with Great Britain eased ten
Author: Eugene Berwanger Publisher: University Press of Kentucky Published: 09/15/1994 Pages: 216 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 1.08lbs Size: 8.81h x 5.83w x 0.85d ISBN: 9780813118765
About the Author
Eugene Berwanger is professor of history at Colorado State University and author of several other books on American history.