Ménage à Trois: The Negotiations for an Anglo-French-Belgian Alliance in 1922

@article{Marks1982MnageT,
  title={M{\'e}nage {\`a} Trois: The Negotiations for an Anglo-French-Belgian Alliance in 1922},
  author={Sally Marks},
  journal={International History Review},
  year={1982},
  volume={4},
  pages={524-552}
}
  • Sally Marks
  • Published 1982
  • Political Science
  • International History Review
as the first World War drew to a close, a new question emerged: whether the wartime alliance against Germany would continue in any form. For a devastated France, bled white in men and money, eyeing her potentially far stronger eastern neighbour, there was no doubt that it must. Once the Versailles Treaty was completed on terms less than satisfactory to France, her policy was dominated by dependence upon a reluctant Britain against Germany. Similarly, Belgium, shattered by the failure of her… Expand
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