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The Conference delegates

The 1876–77 Constantinople Conference (Turkish: Tersane Konferansı{{#invoke:Category handler|main}} "Shipyard Conference", after the venue Tersane Sarayı "Shipyard Palace") of the Great Powers (Britain, Russia, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy) was held in Constantinople (now Istanbul)<ref>Finkel, Caroline, Osman's Dream, (Basic Books, 2005), 57; "Istanbul was only adopted as the city's official name in 1930.".</ref> from 23 December 1876 until 20 January 1877. Following the beginning of the Herzegovinian Uprising in 1875 and the April Uprising in April 1876, the Great Powers agreed on a project for political reforms both in Bosnia and in the Ottoman territories with a majority<ref>Correspondence respecting the Conference at Constantinople and the affairs of Turkey: 1876–1877. Parliamentary Papers No 2 (1877). p. 340.</ref> Bulgarian population.


Constantinople Conference sections
Intro  Participants  Decisions  Conclusion  Legacy  See also  Maps  Notes  References  

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The Conference delegates

The 1876–77 Constantinople Conference (Turkish: Tersane Konferansı{{#invoke:Category handler|main}} "Shipyard Conference", after the venue Tersane Sarayı "Shipyard Palace") of the Great Powers (Britain, Russia, France, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy) was held in Constantinople (now Istanbul)<ref>Finkel, Caroline, Osman's Dream, (Basic Books, 2005), 57; "Istanbul was only adopted as the city's official name in 1930.".</ref> from 23 December 1876 until 20 January 1877. Following the beginning of the Herzegovinian Uprising in 1875 and the April Uprising in April 1876, the Great Powers agreed on a project for political reforms both in Bosnia and in the Ottoman territories with a majority<ref>Correspondence respecting the Conference at Constantinople and the affairs of Turkey: 1876–1877. Parliamentary Papers No 2 (1877). p. 340.</ref> Bulgarian population.


Constantinople Conference sections
Intro  Participants  Decisions  Conclusion  Legacy  See also  Maps  Notes  References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Participants
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