By M. Alexander, W. Philpott
This selection of essays studies the politico-military courting among Britain and France among the 2 global Wars. in addition to interpreting the connection among the 2 countries' armed prone, the book's individuals additionally study key topics in Anglo-French inter-war protection politics - disarmament, intelligence and imperial safety - and joint army, political and fiscal arrangements for a moment international battle.
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Anglo-French Defence Relations Between the Wars by M. Alexander, W. Philpott