Detection Technologies for Mines and Minelike Targets: 17-21 by Abinash C. Dubey, Ivan Cindrich, Society of Photo-Optical

By Abinash C. Dubey, Ivan Cindrich, Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers

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He responded by matters. In so far as the very on a wave of to the throne a sane, rational, good-looking relief man who seemed and popularity, such a contrast from adopting a liberal approach to political army was concerned however, he was still much under the influence of the style which his father had created at Gatchino. Throughout his life he and his brother Constantine would refer to do things 'like Gatchino', implying a combination of panache and efficiency. He therefore retained much that had been introduced in Paul's reign but he carried on in a more sensible, less erratic, way.

Alexander's early death in 1894 and the accession to the throne of Nicholas II, made little difference to the downward course of the Russian state and its army. Like his father, he was a reactionary, a firm believer in autocracy but he did not have the mental or physical strength of Alexander. He surrounded himself with ineffective ministers and generals and usually agreed with the last of them to whom he had spoken. He had no understanding of military affairs his son, and in an age of increasing technology, considered military equipment and weapons to be of little importance.

But still in Russian eyes the main target was the ailing Ottoman Empire and its domination over the Christian populations of the 39 Balkans. When therefore in 1875, Christian uprisings in Herzegovina cruelly suppressed by the Turks, the strength of and Bosnia were reaction in Russia led inexorably to war. remained firmly opposed However the Western Powers an outlet Mediterranean. Austria and England put as a condition of their neutrality that there should be no annexation of Constantinople and no territorial acquisition by Russia.

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