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Chopin Chopin , and also for his eccentric on-stage style. It is usual to refer to the intervention of France, England and Russia in Turkish (Ottoman Empire) affairs in 1827 as the first occasion on which the coercive value of pacific blockades was put to the test. Neutral (Neutrality (international relations)) vessels were not affected by it. This was followed by a number of other coercive measures described in the textbooks as pacific blockades. Some ill-defined measures of blockade followed, such as that of 1860, when Victor Emmanuel, then king of Sardinia, joined the revolutionary government of Naples in blockading ports in Sicily, then held by the king of Naples, without any rupture of pacific relations between the two governments; that of 1862, in which Great Britain blockaded the port of Rio de Janeiro, to exact redress for pillage of an English vessel by the local population, at the same time declaring that she continued to be, on friendly terms with the emperor of Brazil; and that in 1880, when a demonstration was made before the port of Ulcinj by a fleet of British, German, French, Austrian, Russian and Italian (Italy) men-of-war, to compel the Turkish (Ottoman Empire) government to carry out the treaty conceding this town to Montenegro, and it was announced that if the town was not given up by the Turkish forces it would be blockaded. '''Anna Anatolyevna Pavlova''' ( Commons:Category:Russia WikiPedia:Russia Dmoz:Regional Europe Russia


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). They have all been premiered in Ilmajoki and are usually performed outside. thumb (Image:Vladimir Pachmann.jpg) '''Vladimir von Pachmann''' or '''Pachman''' (27 July 1848 '''Wilhelm Karl Joseph Killing''' (May 10, 1847– February 11, 1923) was a Germany German


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