Changing European Political Alignments

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Final Disintegration of Versailles System

The accord signed at Munich on the last day of September by the responsible heads of the governments of France, Germany, Great Britain, and Italy snatched Europe from the brink of war. Viewed in broader perspective, it marked the end of the era in European history which began at Versailles, and it signified the opening of a new period whose outlines are as yet but dimly discernible. The postwar treaty settlements and the political structures and relationships built upon or developing ...

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