Does the world want another Crimean war?

By The Canberra Times
January 24 2022 - 6:30pm
Russian President Vladimir Putin. Picture: Shutterstock

Between October 1853 and February 1856 Britain, France, Turkey and Sardinia fought Russia and Greece in the Crimean War. The conflict was waged on the flimsy pretext of whether the eastern Orthodox Churches or the Catholic Church should control Christian sites in Palestine.



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