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Entente, meaning a diplomatic "understanding", may refer to a number of agreements:


  • The Entente cordiale, 1904 between France and the United Kingdom
  • The Anglo-Russian Entente, 1907 between the United Kingdom and Russia
  • The Triple Entente, an alliance between Great Britain, France and Russia formed by the two aforementioned Ententes
    • Allies of World War I, with the Triple Entente countries as the main participants, sometimes referred to as "The Entente", "The Entente Powers", or "The Entente Forces"
  • The Little Entente, 1920 to 1938 between Czechoslovakia, Romania, and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia
  • The Balkan Entente, 1934 to 1938 between Greece, Turkey, Romania and Yugoslavia
  • The Baltic Entente, 1934 to 1939 between Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia
  • The Conseil de l'Entente, 1959 between Côte d'Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Benin, Niger, and (in 1966) Togo
  • Entente frugale, cooperation between the British and French governments, announced in November 2010
  • Entente (type of alliance), a type of treaty or military alliance where the signatories promise to consult each other or to cooperate with each other in case of a crisis or military action.


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