Cross-Channel Currents: 100 Hundred Years of the Entente Cordiale

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Cross Channel Currents

100 Years of the Entente Cordiale

Edited by

Richard Mayne, Douglas Johnson and Robert Tombs

Published in association with the Franco-British Council

LONDON AND NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Plates ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Forewords xii
  • Introduction xvii
  • I - A Century Ago 1
  • How the Entente Cordiale Began 3
  • II - Danger from the East 21
  • The German Threat 23
  • III - World War I, 1914-18 45
  • Testing the Entente Cordiale 47
  • Winning the War: Kitchener and Foch 54
  • IV - Between the Wars 69
  • The 1920s 71
  • The 1930s 79
  • V - World War Ii, 1939-45 87
  • Churchill and France 91
  • De Gaulle and Britain 109
  • Churchill and De Gaulle 116
  • Britain and the French Resistance 122
  • VI - The End of Empire, 1945-97 139
  • France and Britain Decolonise 143
  • VII - France, Britain and Europe 159
  • Britain into Europe 164
  • VIII - The Entente in a Unipolar World 179
  • Paris, London and Washington 184
  • Four's a Crowd 192
  • IX - The Entente and Mutual Understanding 203
  • A Tale of Two Cultures 209
  • X - The Entente Today 231
  • A View from the Quai D'Orsay 233
  • The Narrowing Channel? 245
  • XI - France and Britain in Tomorrow's Europe 279
  • Towards a New Alliance 281
  • Envoi 288
  • Postface 291
  • Contributors 295
  • Index 303
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