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Causes Of World War I - International Relations - Web of Alliances
... collective defense if attacked) Treaty of London, 1839, about the neutrality of Belgium German-Austrian treaty (1879) or Dual Alliance Italy joining Germany and Austria in 1882 Franco-Russ ... a meeting is organised to take place between ambassadors from Great Britain, Germany, Italy and France to discuss the crisis ... July 27 Sir Edward Grey meets the German ambassador independently ...
Ulrich Friedrich Wilhelm Joachim Von Ribbentrop - See Also
... Biography portal Glossary of Nazi Germany List of Nazi Party leaders and officials Otto Abetz German Ambassador to Vichy France (1940–1944) Diego von Bergen German Ambassador to the Vatican (1915–191 ...
William Walter Phelps - German Ambassador
... On October 11, 1889, William Phelps was presented to the German Empress at a gala performance at the Royal Opera House, given in honor of the Czar of Russia ...
M. N. Roy - Biography - The Indo-German Conspiracy
... Committee in Berlin made an informal approach to the German government in support of aid to the cause of anti-British armed struggle in their native land ... contacts were favorable and towards the end of the year word reached India that the Germans had agreed to provide the money and material necessary for the launch of an Indian war of independence from ... again, leaving India in search of vaguely promised German armaments which were believed to be en route, somewhere on the Pacific ...
Sen Lin Hu - International Ties - Notable Visits
... and supporters, including Spanish Consul General Rodrigo Aguirre de Cárcer (1983) German Ambassador Peter Hermes (1983) German Ambassador Günther van Well (1987) Minnesota ...

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