The First Moroccan Crisis

  title={The First Moroccan Crisis},
  author={Christopher M. Andrew},
FRANCE entered 1905 in a weaker military position than at any time since the signing of the Dual Alliance. Against almost all informed expectation of a year before, Russia was on the verge of a crushing defeat in the Far East and had ceased to be an effective ally in Europe. In France herself General Andre’s disastrous term as minister for war (from May 1900 to October 1904) had been devoted to a campaign against monarchist and clerical influence in the higher command which had left the army… 
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