Triple Entente

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Triple Entente

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the understanding between Britain, France, and Russia that developed between 1894 and 1907 and counterbalanced the Triple Alliance of 1882. The Entente became a formal alliance on the outbreak of World War I and was ended by the Russian Revolution in 1917

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n.
an understanding between Great Britain, France, and Russia before World War I to counterbalance the Triple Alliance.
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The Entente powers, therefore, could proceed with confidence--with impunity--to do whatever they thought necessary for victory.
They look at war aims and strategies of the entente powers of 1914, of the central powers of 1914, and of powers entering the conflict later than August 1914.
Ruth Kinna's book aims to challenge this and to 'rescue Kropotkin from the framework of classical anarchism and to explain the politics that led him to support the Entente powers in 1914' (pl97).
But Sykes and Picot did bring about a reconciliation between the two great Entente powers, and the regional order they created in the aftermath of centuries of Turkish/Ottoman rule endured.
At the same time, she examines more general issues such as the Gallipoli campaign of the Entente Powers (p.
1939: 'Relations between Turkey and the entente powers, 1919-1922', Lysistrata 1 (2): 28-44.
As a result, the three countries |became known as the Allied or Entente Powers, or simply the Allies.
In October 1914, Oppenheim submitted a lengthy memorandum (Denkschrlft) to his former superiors in the foreign service, setting forth a program to mobilize the Muslim populations of the world, particularly that of British India, against the Entente powers.
It is the emphasis on the agency of the Entente powers, therefore, that is most striking about Clark's analysis.
McMeekin is no apologist for Wilhelmine Germany; his previous work pointed out how Germany's ambitions in the Middle East clashed with those of the Triple Entente powers.
The Entente Powers wanted to extend a helping had to Czarist Russia, but they couldn't get through the Dardanelles.