Asked by: Abdoul Weitzdorferasked in category: General Last Updated: 1st February, 2020
What did the Treaty of Berlin do?
Consequently, what was the purpose of the Treaty of Berlin?
The treaty had protected the Ottoman Empire, ended the Holy Alliance (Austria, Prussia and Russia) and weakened Russia's position in Europe.
Similarly, what impact did the Congress of Berlin have on the Balkan area? It was a diplomatic revolution. What impact did the Congress of Berlin (1878) have on Balkan area? What were the origins and causes of the Third Balkan War in 1914? It had helped resolve the crisis of nationalistic rebellions - Ottoman Empire suffered large losses but remained in power in the Balkans.
Also question is, when was the Congress of Berlin called?
Congress of Berlin, (June 13–July 13, 1878), diplomatic meeting of the major European powers at which the Treaty of Berlin replaced the Treaty of San Stefano, which had been signed by Russia and Turkey (March 3, 1878) at the conclusion of the Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78.
What was the Congress of Berlin called?
German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck thus called the Congress of Berlin to discuss the partition of the Ottoman Balkans among the European powers and to preserve the League of Three Emperors in the face of the spread of European liberalism.