By A. Capet
This assortment gathers some of the best-known names within the English-speaking global within the box of Anglo-French family members, offering an authoritative survey for complicated undergraduate and postgraduate scholars learning diplomacy within the lengthy 20th century, beginning with the the most important interval of the 1st global warfare and finishing with the both complicated query of the second one Iraq conflict. The emphasis is on British perceptions of the Entente, an issue which has now not, before, bought the eye it merits.
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When prime minister, he tried hard to give military substance to the Entente during the aftermath of the Moroccan crisis, and was dismayed when the British Prime Minister Campbell-Bannerman, showed great reluctance to admit that Britain had accepted any continental commitment at all. For all that, Lloyd George and Clemenceau shared in many ways common traditions and common values. Like Lloyd George after 1906, Clemenceau too had been a strong advocate of a positivist liberalism that gave a high priority to social reform.
The major one in the Fontainebleau document was a call for moderation in the frontier arrangements to try to ensure that large swathes of German people were not placed under foreign occupation. Lloyd George particularly mentioned the Saarland, Danzig, Upper Silesia and above all the Polish Corridor that should not be placed under alien rule. There should be ‘no more Alsace-Lorraines’. Later in the conference negotiations, he showed his alarm at placing the Sudeten Germans under the governance of the newly created hybrid state of Czechoslovakia.
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