Dual Alliance


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Dual Alliance

n
1. (Historical Terms) the alliance between France and Russia (1893–1917)
2. (Historical Terms) the secret Austro-German alliance against Russia (1879) later expanded to the Triple Alliance
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There is a new and imminent danger facing the dual alliance. What it is you will learn soon enough.
Military Diplomacy in the Dual Alliance: German Military Attache Reporting from Vienna, 1879-1914.
On the one side was the Dual Alliance of Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
The Dual Alliance of 1894 was an agreement between which two European powers?
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It was, rather, the 1879 Dual Alliance with Austria-Hungary that was the central feature of Bismarck's foreign policy, although the Iron Chancellor did conclude a secret arrangement with Russia in 1887.