LITTLE ENTENTE: Treaties for Defense

The defensive alliance signed on April 23, 1921, between Czechoslovakia and Rumania was renewed at Prague. Plenipotentiaries: for Czecho-Slovakia, Dr. Edouard Benes, Minister of Foreign Affairs; for His Majesty the King of Rumania, R. N. Hioft, Rumanian Ambassador at Prague.

This convention is one of the three which unifies the Little Entente. The others being a treaty between Czechoslovakia and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (Yugoslavia), renewed at Mariánske Lázne, Czecho-Slovakia, August 31, 1922, for two years; a treaty between Rumania and the Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and...

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