A Romanian scholar makes a major contribution to the history of interwar diplomacy with this account of the "Little Entente." Using unpublished documents from the archives of Prague, Belgrade and Bucharest, he adds the perspective of the member-states often slighted in earlier studies. But the conclusions are the same: after the rise of Hitler, it was all downhill.
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