Sir Austen Chamberlain, the Marquess of Crewe and Anglo-French Relations, 1924–1928

  title={Sir Austen Chamberlain, the Marquess of Crewe and Anglo-French Relations, 1924–1928},
  author={Gaynor L. Johnson},
  journal={Contemporary British History},
  pages={49 - 64}
During the mid-1920s, Britain's relationship with France was of crucial importance to understanding the entire rationale behind British policy towards European diplomacy. This article is concerned with the dynamics of the relationship between the francophile British Foreign Secretary, Sir Austen Chamberlain and Britain's ambassador to Paris, the Marquess of Crewe. Both men remained in post for sufficient time to influence the tone as well as the direction of Anglo-French relations, and yet in… Expand


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