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1852- France demands that Turkey should end Russia's exclusive control of the Christian Holy Places in the Ottoman empire
1852- Russia insists that her exclusive rights over the Holy Places are enshrined in the treaty of Kuchuk Kainarji
1853 - France and Britain dispatch their fleets to the Dardanelles, in readiness to go through the Straits to the Black Sea
1854 - British and French warships move up through the Straits and enter the Black Sea in support of Turkey
1855 - After a siege of nearly a year the Russians abandon Sebastopol, but the Turkish alliance is too exhausted to pursue the conflict
1856-The treaty of Paris ends the Crimean War, limiting Russia's special powers in relation to Turkey
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