Introduction - The Approach Taken: Why Britain, France and the United States? 1. The Anglo-Saxons and the French: The build-up to the First World War 2. The Allies During the First World War and Paris Peace Conference 3. Difficult Relations in the 1920s - of Reparations, Debts and 'Rumo(u)rs of War' 4. France, Britain and the United States in the 1930s until the Fall of France 5. Conclusion: Britain, France and the United States in 1940
Why is France so often relegated to the background in studies of international relations? This book seeks to redress this balance, exploring the relationship between the United States, United Kingdom and France, and its wider impact on the theory and practice of international relations.