By M. Alexander, W. Philpott
This number of essays experiences the politico-military courting among Britain and France among the 2 global Wars. in addition to studying the connection among the 2 countries' armed companies, the book's members additionally examine key subject matters in Anglo-French inter-war defence politics - disarmament, intelligence and imperial defence - and joint army, political and financial arrangements for a moment global battle.
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Minutes: Conseil Supérieur de l’Air, 15 March 1938, in M. Baumont, P. -B. Duroselle, J. Laloy, and Y. ), 2nd ser. (1936–39), VIII, no. 447, pp. -G. Gamelin, Servir (3 vols, Paris, Plon, 1946–7), ii, pp. 322–8; Vuillemin letter to La Chambre, no. 127/EMGAA, 26 September 1938, printed in La Chambre’s testimony (25 Nov. 1947), in Commission . . Témoignages, ii, p. 313; Alexander, Republic in Danger, pp. 162–71; P. Jackson, ‘La perception de 22 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. Anglo-French Defence Relations between the Wars la puissance aérienne allemande et son inﬂuence sur la politique extérieure française pendant les crises internationales de 1938 à 1939’, Revue Historique des Armées, 4 (1994), pp.
129–52; idem, ‘The European Great Powers and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939’, in R. Boyce and E. Robertson (eds), Paths to War: New Essays on the Origins of the Second World War (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989), pp. 199–232. 61. C. Seton-Watson, ‘The Anglo-Italian Gentleman’s Agreement of January 1937 and its Aftermath’, in Mommsen and Kettenacker (eds), The Fascist Challenge, pp. 267–82. 62. See M. J. Budden ‘Defending the Indefensible? The Air Defence of Malta, 1936–1940’, War in History, 6 (1999), pp.
Omissi, Air Power and Colonial Control: the Royal Air Force, 1919–1939 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1990); also M. S. Smith, British Air Strategy between the Wars (Oxford: Clarendan Press, 1984). Britain’s land forces, too, were heavily committed in far-ﬂung overseas duties after 1919. See T. R. Moreman, ‘ “Small Wars” and “Imperial Policing”: the British Army and the Theory and Practice of Colonial Warfare in the British Empire, 1919–39’, in B. ), Military Power: Land Warfare in Theory and Practice (London: Frank Cass, 1997), pp.