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ID number:830830
Published: 26.02.2018.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 5 units
References: Used

1. The main aim of French diplomacy between the World War I and World War II was the demand of the French army, to form alliances with Britain and other smaller countries in central Europe against the German threat, so that France would have security from the possibility of a third German attack.
2. To have security France had two policies: first - encirclement, where France tried to surround Germany with countries who were friendlier to France - Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Rumania and Poland (The Little Entente). And second, where France rearmed herself and strengthen her Rhineland border with Germany, by building the Maginot Line (1929-34).
3. As France had promised to help Poland in case of German aggression, after Germany invaded Poland in September 1939, the French and British governments reluctantly declared war on Germany.

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