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Friendly Agreement Between Countries Crossword Clue

Russian censorship suppressed the news and what was allowed to pass through Germany was treated as a German lie in the Entente countries. Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia Agreement, which means a diplomatic “agreement”, can relate to a number of agreements: we have listed all the references in our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. Synonyms have been arranged according to the number of characters so that they are easy to find. Below are the possible answers to the crossword puzzle note Friendly agreement between countries. Response to the reference “An informal alliance between countries”, 7 letters: wiktionary agreement Definitions of words in Wiktionary n. An informal alliance or friendly understanding between two states. Such a plan might have had some chance of success if the Entente forces had focused on a single attempt, and optimistic critics expected a rupture north of Verdun, which could close or at least threaten the neck of the German bottle between Metz and Limburg and trigger a withdrawal from its carefully prepared positions in northern France and Belgium. If you still haven`t resolved the crossword puzzle review Friendly agreement between countries, then search our database to find the letters you already have! WordNet Word definitions in WordNet n. An informal alliance between countries [syn: entente cordiale] a friendly understanding between political powers [syn: entente cordiale] A withdrawal on which depended the successful leadership of the existence of force, the security of France and the cause of the Entente had been successfully achieved by the skill of its commanders, and even more by the strength and unworthy spirit of men.

The burden that the lack of resources had on British industry and shipping was incalculable, and the Entente`s inability to defend the French and Belgian borders or drive out the intruder prolonged the war by at least a few years. The Dardanelles to which the Entente had been promised hardly gave a better reason to be satisfied. The West had allied itself with German plans rather than Entente hopes, but both Germany and the Western Allies agreed to misem Russia. Southeast Europe reacted to the Serbian successes of December, and Romania, like Italy, negotiated the terms of the intervention with the Entente with similar Latin American sentiments. . . .