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Admiralty hydrogr, The Black sea pilot, 3rd ed., London: J. D. Potter, 1884

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Varna  Trabzon  Theodosia  Taganrog  Sinop  Sevastopol  Samsun  Rostov on Don  Odessa  Novorossiysk  Nikolayev  Mariupol  Kherson  Kerch  Istanbul/Constantinople  Giresun  Galatz  Evpatoria  Constantza  Burgas  Braila  Berdyansk  Batoum  
Urban Landscape - Geography  Shipping  
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This book is a navigation pilot addressed to seafarers/ Το βιβλίο πιλότος ναυσιπλοΐας παρέχει οδηγίες ναυσιπλοΐας και απευθύνεται στους ναυτικούς. 

Admiralty hydrogr, The Black sea pilot, 3rd ed., London: J. D. Potter, 1890

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Varna  Trabzon  Theodosia  Taganrog  Sinop  Sevastopol  Samsun  Rostov on Don  Odessa  Novorossiysk  Nikolayev  Mariupol  Kherson  Kerch  Istanbul/Constantinople  Giresun  Galatz  Evpatoria  Constantza  Burgas  Braila  Berdyansk  Batoum  
Urban Landscape - Geography  Shipping  
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This book is a navigation pilot addressed to seafarers/ Το βιβλίο πιλότος ναυσιπλοΐας παρέχει οδηγίες ναυσιπλοΐας και απευθύνεται στους ναυτικούς.  

Broomhall, G. J. S. - Hubback, John H., Corn trade memories, recent and remote, Northern Publishing Co. Ltd, Liverpool 1930

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  Administration  

Daly, John Charles, The Russian Black Sea Fleet and the 'Eastern Question', 1827-1841, University of London, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, London 1896

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Shipping  Administration  
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This work utilizes many primary and secondary sources to examine the Russian use of the Black Sea fleet during 1827-1841. Topics covered include Navarino, the subsequent Russo-Turkish war, the Hunkar-Iskelessi treaty and Russia's growing regional commitment. The book concludes with the second Turko-Egyptian crisis and the 1841 straits convention. 

Falkus, Malcolm E., "Russia and the International Wheat Trade, 1881-1914", in Economica , vol. 33, no. 132, November 1966, pp. 416-429

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  Culture and Communities  Black Sea Connections  
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This article examines the course of Russia's wheat exports and suggests that the slower growth during the 1880s and 1890s markes a turning point when, under the impact of foreign competition and changes in demand for particular qualities of wheat, a new pattern of trade emerged. 

Great Britain, Sailing directions for the Dardanelles, Sea of Marmara, Bosporus, and Black Sea, London: Hydrographic Dept., 1882, 1883, 1897

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  
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The book-pilot referred to the trade and navigation of the coasts of the Black Sea (three vol.)/ Το βιβλίο-πιλότος αναφέρεται στο εμπόριο και τη ναυσιπλοία των ακτών της Μαύρης θάλασσας (τρεις τόμοι) 

Harlaftis, Gelina - Beneki, Helen - Haritatos, Manos, Ploto, Greek shipowners from the late 18th century to the eve of WWII, Athens: ELIA/Niarchos Foundation, 2003 

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  

Harlaftis, Gelina - Chatziioannou, Maria Christina (eds), Following the nereids. Sea routes and maritime business, 16th-20th centuries, Athens: Kerkyra Publications, 2006

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  

Harlaftis, Gelina - Kardasis, Vasilis, "International bulk trade and shipping in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea" in Jeffrey Williamson and Sevket Pamuk, The Mediterranean Response to Globalization, New York: Routledge, 2000

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  Black Sea Connections  

Harlaftis, Gelina - Laiou, Sophia, "Ottoman State Policy in Mediterranean Trade and Shipping, c.1780-c.1820: The Rise of the Greek-Owned Ottoman Merchant Fleet" in Mark Mazower (ed.), Networks of Power in Modern Greece, pp. 1-44, London: Hurst, 2008

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  

Harlaftis, Gelina - Papakonstantinou, Katerina (eds), Η ναυτιλία των Ελλήνων, 1700-1821 [Greek Shipping, 1700-1821. The Heyday before the Greek Revolution], Athens: Kedros Publications, 2013

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Shipping  

Harlaftis, Gelina - Starkey, David (eds.), "Global markets: The internationalization of sea transport industries since 1850s", Research in Maritime History, no.12, International Maritime Economic History Association, 1998

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  

Harlaftis, Gelina, - Vlassopoulos, Nikos, Pontoporeia, Historical registry book of Greek cargo sailing ships and steamships, 1830-1939, Athens: ELIA/Niarchos Foundation, 2002 

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Statistics  Shipping  

Harlaftis, Gelina, "Greek shipowners and State Intervention in the 1940s: A formal justification for the Resort to Flags-of-Convenience?", International Journal of Maritime History,vol. Ι, no. 2, December 1989, pp. 37-63

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Shipping  Administration  

Harlaftis, Gelina, "The commercial and maritime network of the Diaspora Greeks and the development of Greek Shipping in the 19th century: 1830-1860" Mnemon, vol. 15, 1993

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Shipping  Economy and Infrastructure  Culture and Communities  

Harlaftis, Gelina, Α history of Greek-Owned shipping. The making of an international Tramp Fleet, 1830 to the present day, London: Routledge, 1996

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Shipping  

Harlaftis, Gelina, "Τhe Maritime Historiography of Greece since 1975" in Frank Broeze (ed.), Maritime History at the Crossroads, Research in Maritime History, no. 9, International Maritime Economic History Association, 1995

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Shipping  

Harlaftis, Gelina, “Maritime Transport Systems in Southeastern Mediterranean”, in Edhem Eldem and Socrates Petmezas (eds), The Economic Development of Southeastern Europe in the 19th century, pp. 397-446, Athens: Historical Archives of Alpha Bank, 2011

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Shipping  Black Sea Connections  

Harlaftis, Gelina, “Shipping” in Kostas Kostis and Socrates Petmezas (eds), The development of the Greek economy in the 19th century, Athens: Alexandria, 2006

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Shipping  

Harvey, M. L., The Development of Russian Commerce on the Black Sea and Its Significance, London, 1931

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Trabzon  Theodosia  Taganrog  Sevastopol  Rostov on Don  Odessa  Nikolayev  Mariupol  Kerch  Istanbul/Constantinople  Galatz  Evpatoria  Berdyansk  
Shipping  Marine Environment - Harbour Systems  Economy and Infrastructure  Black Sea Connections  
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This is a valuable unpublished ph.D thesis which analyzes in great detail the development of Black sea grain trade in the 19th century based on official statistical series of the Russian Empire. The port cities, their foundation and evolution over time forms the basis of the analysis of the rise of the Black sea region in the international grain trade and the role of this process to the economic development. The development of the Black sea region is linked to the expansion of the productive hinterland, the expansion of sea and land transportation networks and the diffusion of the technology of steam. /Η διδακτορική διατριβή αναφερει την ανάπτυξη του ρωσικού εμπορίου στη Μαύρη θάλασσα και τις επιπτώσεις του στην οικονομία της εποχής.

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