THE CONFLICTS BETWEEN THE GREAT POWERS AFTER THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE BRITISH CAMPAIGN ON EGYPT (1806-1812), AN ANALYTICAL STUDY
The conflicts between the great powers after the withdrawal of the British campaign on Egypt (1806-1812), by addressing the Anglo-Ottoman War (1807-1809), which was part of the Napoleonic Wars. In the summer of 1806, during the War of the Third Alliance between Britain, Russia, Prussia and Sweden against the First French Empire, after Count Sebastiani, Napoleon I's ambassador to the Ottoman Empire, managed to persuade the Ottomans to cancel all the special privileges granted to Russia in 1805, and restrict the opening of the Turkish Straits ( Dardanelles) on French warships. In return, Napoleon promised to help the Sultan quell the rebellion in Serbia and restore the territories lost by the Ottoman Empire. After the Russian army entered Moldova and Achaia in 1806, the Ottomans declared war on Russia.