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La France et le pacte d'assistance mutuelle de la Petite Entente (juin 1936-avril 1937)

Abstract : In March 1936, the remilitarization of the Rhineland and the absence of reaction of Paris cause important concerns. In response, members of the Little Entente began to negotiate a pact of mutual assistance with France. The study of diplomatic talks partially challenge the historiography which is dominated by the idea of a "policy of abandonment" of France in the second half of the thirties. To this date Paris is the first ally of the Little Entente, the strongest alliance in the region despite its weaknesses. However, serious discrepancies that existed worsen. Germany benefits from the situation in a region that catalyzes tensions. The failure to find an ambitious compromise causes the failure to contain increasingly brutal claims.
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Matthieu Boisdron. La France et le pacte d'assistance mutuelle de la Petite Entente (juin 1936-avril 1937). Krisztián Bene; Eva Oszetzky. Újlatin kultúrák vonzásában, 5., Pécsi Tudományegyetem, pp.283-305, 2012, Újlatin filológia, 978-963-642-486-2. ⟨hal-01167064⟩



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