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This is a study of the economic, political, and above all military relations between the Electorate of Hanover and Great Britain during the years between the outbreak of the War of the Austrian Succession and the death of Gerorge II in the middle of the Seven Years War.
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Politically, the ministers held little power in Hanover or in Great Britain throughout the eighteenth century. Hanover and Great Britain, 1740-1760: Diplomacy and Survival. London: Leicester University Press.
It is a period of great significance in the history of both nations - the ascending Great Power and the stagnating continental principality, with little in common except the fact that both were ruled by the same man. This study illuminates the part played by King and Elector in his two countries and highlights the role of his key advisors, notabley the remarkable Baron Muenchhausen. Format Paperback 184 pages.
2; Uriel Dann, Hanover and Great Britain, 1740-1760: Diplomacy and Survival (Leicester: Leicester .
I. B. Campbell, "The International and Legal Relations between Great Britain and Hanover, 1714-1837," (P. thesis, Cambridge University, 1965).
Hanover and Britain 1740–1760: Diplomacy and Survival. In December 1742, William Pitt gained great popularity by declaring that ‘this great, this powerful, this formidable kingdom is considered only as a province of a despicable electorate’. But the main problem was strategic. Hanover was almost defenceless against French or Prussian attack and, if overrun, would have to be rescued at the end of the war by concessions elsewhere.
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Publication Information: Leicester ; Irvington, . Leicester University Press, 1991. Hanover, House of. Geographic Term: Great Britain - Foreign relations - 1727-1760. Great Britain - Foreign relations - Germany (West) - Hannover (Province). Hannover (Germany : Province) - Foreign relations - Great Britain.