Anglo-French Relations in the Twentieth Century: Rivalry and Cooperation

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Taylor & Francis, Mar 11, 2002 - History - 368 pages
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Anglo-French Relations in the Twentieth Century is a collection of studies on the key episodes of the difficult and often discordant Anglo-French exchange over the past century. The authors critically re-evaluate: * the role of Spain in Anglo-French relations up to 1918
* the missed opportunity of the 1920s with the failure of France and Britain to find sufficient common ground and co-operation
* the short-lived Anglo-French alliance and the Second World War
* the degree of Anglo-French Imperial co-operation
* the Suez Crisis
* British and French policies on European Integration.

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