By Glyn Stone,Thomas G. Otte
This paintings, meant to commemorate the centenary of the Entente Cordiale in 2004, examines elements of Anglo-French kin because the past due eighteenth century whilst either Britain and France have been pre-eminent nice powers at struggle with each other via to the post-Second international struggle interval while either had develop into rival moment type powers within the face of yank and Soviet dominance.
The chapters during this publication study and remove darkness from the character of the Anglo-French courting at definite sessions over the last 200 years, either in peacetime and in battle and comprise political, fiscal, diplomatic, army and strategic issues and impacts. whereas the impression of Anglo-French family members is focused basically at the eu context, different parts also are thought of together with the center East, Africa and the North Atlantic. the weather of clash, contention and cooperation in Anglo-French family members also are highlighted even if in peace or war.
This ebook was once formerly released as a different factor of Diplomacy and Statecraft.
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Anglo-French Relations since the Late Eighteenth Century by Glyn Stone,Thomas G. Otte