Great Britain and the Journey to the Rhineland Pact (July–August 1925). A Contribution to the Issue of Collective Security in the 1920s
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The study is primarily based on the analysis of unpublished British sources and deals with the analysis of the attitude of Great Britain towards the problem of the collective security during July-August 1925. The negotiations were not simple but in June 1925 Great Britain and France concurred with the treaty proposal that arrived in Berlin afterwards. On 20th July, Germany published its response to the French note of mid June 1925. After the situation became more complicated at the turn of July and August 1925, the French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand suggested he would come to London and speak directly with his British colleague. The situation thus reached the point when a meeting of the French and British foreign ministers was necessary, with both men talking about the text of the French response to the German note of 20th July 1925.
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