Romanian Policy towards Germany, 1936–40 by Rebecca Haynes (auth.)

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Controversy surrounded the so-called `Krofta 24 Romanian Policy Towards Germany, 1936±40 project', proposed by the Czechoslovak government, to transform the Little Entente alliances, which were directed solely against the threat of Hungarian revisionism, into a mutual assistance pact against any aggressor. This would oblige Romania and Yugoslavia to come to Czechoslovakia's aid in the event of a German attack upon her. The Czechoslovak government proposed that following the signing of a Little Entente mutual assistance pact, France should conclude a treaty of alliance with the Little Entente with pledges of mutual assistance against any aggressor.

C. , Dosar nr 40 Romanian Policy Towards Germany, 1936±40 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 473/1940, pp. 4±9, Letter from N. P. Comnen at the Rome Embassy to General Antonescu, 10 September 1940. In addition to his attempts to strengthen economic relations with Germany, Comnen clearly placed considerable significance on the verbal guarantees given by German leaders. During his discussion with Fabricius on 9 December 1936, Victor Antonescu described Comnen as having a `mania' for extracting such statements from German leaders: DGFP, C, 6, Doc.

On the basis of the Rosenberg article, BraÆtianu `declared himself categorically in favour of an improvement of relations with Germany'. Strong opposition to BraÆtianu's `neutralist' view point came from Ion Mihalache, one of the leaders of the opposition National Peasant Party. On 15 December, Mihalache emphasised the importance of the French alliance in maintaining Romania's territorial integrity. Nevertheless, since Romania had no direct point of conflict with Germany, even Mihalache believed it prudent to sign a non-aggression pact with Germany based on recognition of Romania's borders.

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