Military convention between Germany and Russia

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Historical Context Note

Germany and Russia sign a military convention, according to which both powers agree to send the other a supportive army of 200 000 men in the event of attack by another European power.
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Editors. "Military convention between Germany and Russia". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 30 December 2011
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