Edward VII and the Entente Cordiale

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Relationships between Britain and France have always been sensitive but at the end of Victoria's reign, when they were worse than ever. Three years after her death the situation was completely reversed. On April 8th, 1904, the Entente Cordiale was signed between the two countries. The text of the Entente was the work of two Foreign Secretaries - the Marquess of Lansdowne and Theophile Delcasse. It was no easy task, but it could hardly ever have been contemplated if Edward VII, on becoming King, had not won over public ...

Edward VII and the Entente Cordiale 2004, Constable, London

ISBN-13: 9781841195308

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