The Greek Foreign Debt and the Great Powers, 1821-1898
Columbia University Press, 1944 - 137 pagina's
Tells the story of Greece from 1821-1898 by looking at its economic struggles. Its central theme is the growth of Greek external indebtedness and the periodic interference which lenders resorted to.
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FOREIGN BORROWING DURING THE REVOLUTION OF 1821
THE GUARANTEED LOAN OF SIXTY
THE EXPANSION OF THE FOREIGN DEBT 18791890
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