The Russo-German Question, 1918–1920

@inproceedings{Boadle1973TheRQ,
  title={The Russo-German Question, 1918–1920},
  author={D. Boadle},
  year={1973}
}
  • D. Boadle
  • Published 1973
  • Political Science
  • In Churchill’s judgment, the central problem that confronted the Allies in their attempts to consolidate victory and make a lasting peace was the need to equalize the disproportionate power of France and Germany. With his instinctive sympathy for France, and French longings for security, Churchill sought to alleviate these anxieties through the establishment of a system of integrated checks and guarantees that would decisively curb the threat of a resurgent, aggressive German militarism. At its… CONTINUE READING