By R. Davis
Regardless of their shared pursuits, Britain and France, the single powers capable of successfully meet the 1st overt demanding situations to the eu order confirmed after 1918, failed within the administration of the crises dealing with them in Ethiopia and the Rhineland. during this ebook, Richard Davis makes an attempt to appreciate the (mal)functioning of the Anglo-French dating at this key juncture at the route to the second one international struggle.
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Extra info for Anglo-French Relations Before the Second World War: Appeasement and Crisis (Studies in Military and Strategic History)
Indeed, in many ways it was these that gave the Ethiopian crisis its enormous importance in the minds of British and French leaders. Both faced pressures that bound them to a line that would, at least superficially, support the League. For either to appear openly in the guise of League destroyer would have been immensely damaging. If there was little support for the League in official circles in London, broad sections of the British people (including many MPs), were largely sympathetic, something that the Peace Ballot, for all its flaws, clearly revealed.
Hoare repeatedly assured Laval that the British Government had `no intention whatever of initiating measures against Italy except in accordance with decisions taken or to be taken by the League . . 18 Equally, all those involved in policy-making, and numerous influential people beyond Government circles, never ceased to argue that Britain had no commitment to go beyond what was decided and implemented collectively at Geneva. The deep scepticism with which British leaders themselves regarded sanctions, and their own reluctance to adopt any course that would permanently damage Anglo-Italian relations, suggests that in many ways this concentration on French attitudes was simply an attempt to place responsibility elsewhere; that indeed what was being sought from their partner was not so much their support as an alibi for their own inaction.
Anglo-French relations and the Ethiopian crisis Il ne pouvait s'agir pour la Grande-Bretagne de faire autre chose que ce que la France deÂciderait elle-meÃme. `Nous marcherons pari passu. Si vous estimez . . qu'il n'y a lieu d'appliquer que des mesures beÂnignes, nous n'en ferons pas davantage. ' The Ethiopian Test Case 37 [There could be no question of Great Britain doing anything other than that which France herself decided on. We will march pari passu. If you consider that there are no grounds to apply anything beyond benign measures we will go no further.
Anglo-French Relations Before the Second World War: Appeasement and Crisis (Studies in Military and Strategic History) by R. Davis