Negotiating an Allied Policy: The Supreme War Council and Macedonia

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    Abstract

    Discussions over the war in Macedonia illustrate the complicated nature of policy making between allies. While the Russian Revolution negatively altered the strategic situation for the Allies and the Americans, the French army strikes, the Italian rout at Caporetto and the failure of the Flanders offensive convinced the Allies that the war would not be won until 1919 or even 1920. It is within this context that the following paper considers how, through the Supreme War Council, the British, French and American governments negotiated a policy in the Balkans despite their competing interests. It does so while illuminating the relationship between immediate and future needs, as well as the inter-dependence of the various theatres of war.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe First World War: The Versailles System and the Present (printed in Russian)
    Editors I.N. Novikova et al.
    Place of PublicationSt Petersberg
    PublisherSt Petersberg State University
    Pages245-253
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)9785288055478
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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