Anglo-Russian Convention of St. Petersburg

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Historical Context Note

Britain and Russia sign the Convention of St. Petersburg, whereby Russia agrees to supply troops in return for annual subsidies. This document is ratified in Febuary of the following year.
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Editors. "Anglo-Russian Convention of St. Petersburg". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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