Britain and Europe

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  • Britain and Europe
    • The Dunkirk Treaty 1947
      • A military alliance between France and Britain to protect themselves from German attack
    • The Brussels Treaty 1948
      • Political cooperation,military cooperation and economic culture
      • Intergovernmental
    • OEEC 1948
      • Organisation for European Economic Co operation
      • Britain happy to join because they did not have to give up any soveignty
    • Council of Europe 1949
      • Trying to establish a free trade area
      • Britain joined cause don't have to give up any soveignty
    • The Plevan Plan (EDC) 1950
      • This was countries joing together to form a army to help Germany remilitarise.
      • Britain did not want to join because it meant contributing members of their army
      • Supranationalism
    • The Schuman Plan ECSE 1952
      • The combining of steel and coal industries of France and Germany
      • Britain did not wnat to give up any of theeir coal and steel as it was very vital to them
      • Supranationalism
    • EEC 1959
      • This was to promote better trade between the European Countries and more integration.
      • Britain did not want to join because felt that they already had good trade with the commonwealth and did not want to give that up
      • Britain created EFTA instead because they did not have to give up any soveignty but found that they ended up doing more trade with EEC anyway
  • Intergovermental
    • The Dunkirk Treaty 1947
      • A military alliance between France and Britain to protect themselves from German attack
    • Had the US in mind prooving that they could enter into another alliance
  • Again trying to prove to US they can enter into other treatys.

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