Italian foreign policy, 1935-1940

Italian foreign policy, 1935-1940:

  • The Stresa Front (1935): this was the last time Italy co-operated with Western powers against Germany. They promised to stand against any future violations of the Treaty of Versailles by Germany. This promise only lasted until the end of 1935.
  • The Abyssinian War (1935-1936): this war resulted in growing tensions between Britain, France and Italy but a stronger relationship with Germany. It had a huge economical impact; 39 billion lire was spent on the war.
  • Anti-Comintern Pact (1936): this pact was between Germany, Italy and Japan. While it was mainly an anti-communist pact, it showed…

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