LITTLE ENTENTE: Balkanized Europe

The defensive treaty between Czecho-Slovakia and Yugo-Slavia was renewed for three years. The treaty existing between Yugo-Slavia and Rumania is about to be prolonged. The two treaties constitute what is known as the Little Entente.

There is more than meets the eye in the prolongation of the Little Entente's life. The three countries between them command a standing army of more than half a million men. While the Greco-Turkish impasse at Lausanne lasts, Yugo-Slavia is keeping an army on the Greek frontier. If hostilities should commence, the...

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