Triple Entente


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Triple Entente

association among Great Britain, France, and Russia; nucleus of the Allied Coalition in WWI. [World Hist.: EB, 10: 128]
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Partly because relations between Britain and Russia had been altered by the Triple Entente and by an Anglo-Russian trade agreement, the independent status which the Finns had carved for themselves at Olympics Games was lost at London.
Beyond the triple entente fluctuating between Berlin, London and Paris, the other 24 member states wonder about the benefits for the Union of a leadership race.
In October 1914, with the war only two months old, the Ottomans bombarded Russian Black Sea ports, and the Triple Entente (France, Russia, and Britain) declared war.
As a member of the Triple Entente with Britain and France, Russia entered the war against Germany and Austria in August 1914.
1914-18 World War I Triple Alliance (Britain, France and Russia) v Triple Entente (Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey)
48 for the armies of the Triple Entente, but only $11,344.
Our findings suggest that the Triple Alliance (1880-1914) is best described by the best-shot model, the Triple Entente (1880-1914) by weakest link, and NATO (1961-1987) and the Warsaw Pact (1963-1987) by neither.
There was the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, and Russia) on one side and the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy) on the other.
Examples include the alliance between France and Austria, bitter rivals, to face the new threat of Frederick the Great's Prussia in the Seven Years War--he beat them both--and the joining of France, Russia, and Britain, long-time opponents, against Germany in the Triple Entente before World War I.
Por otro, la Triple Entente conformado por Gran Bretana, el imperio ruso y Francia.
By 1914 Europe was divided into two blocs: the Triple Alliance of Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy on the one hand and the Triple Entente of France, Russia and Britain on the other.
The challenge faced by military decision makers in Berlin and Vienna was how adequately to organize resources and transport facilities to carry out a two, and possibly three-front war against the Triple Entente and its allies.