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Latvias foreign policy orientation from 1933
The fateful year of 1939
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achieve aggression agreement with Germany alternative April August balance of powers Baltic Entente Baltic region Baltic Republics Baltic security began Berlin Britain British and French British policy Brits Chamberlain Churchill Churchill's collective security conflict Czechoslovakia diplomats Eastern Europe Eastern Pact England and France Estonia European fact factor favorable Feldmanis Finland force Foreign Minister foreign policy leadership France Fuehrer Germany's guarantees historian Hitler hope Ibid idea implemented independence interests July June Latvia and Estonia Latvia's foreign policy Latvian ambassador Latvian Foreign Ministry Latvian security League of Nations Lithuania Litvinov London March military Molotov Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact Moscow Munich Munters negotiations non-aggression agreement non-aggression pact offer peace Poland policy of appeasement Polish political politicians position possible proposal relations respect Ribbentrop Riga role Russia the USSR Schulenburg signed situation small countries Soviet Union spring of 1939 Stalin status quo strengthen talks territorial threat three major powers Ulmanis Western powers wrote