Lord Grenville's Plan for a Concert of Europe, 1797-99

@article{Sherwig1962LordGP,
  title={Lord Grenville's Plan for a Concert of Europe, 1797-99},
  author={John M. Sherwig},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  year={1962},
  volume={34},
  pages={284 - 293}
}
T O LORD CASTLEREAGH belongs the credit for forming the Concert of Europe out of the last grand alliance against Napoleon, but its design was not of his invention. Sixteen years earlier Lord Grenville, British foreign secretary, had negotiated in vain with the same powers to create much the same sort of league. In the interval between the First and the Second Coalition, Grenville had proposed a four-power alliance which should first impose on France a general territorial settlement in Europe… Expand
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