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Entente Cordiale


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Entente Cordiale

  1. (collectively) A specific set of landmark agreements, signed on April 8, 1904, that resolved a number of long-standing territorial, economic, and strategic points of contention between Britain and France.
    • 1950 March 20, "The Nations: Cordial Visit," Time (retrieved 8 July 2015):
      The tensions of an uneasy peace stressed anew the importance of the 46-year-old Entente Cordiale between France and Britain.