Marea Britanie și tratatul Basarabiei de la Paris, din 28 octombrie 1922. La 100 de ani de la ratificare

Great Britain and the Paris treaty of Bessarabia of october 28, 1922. 100 years after the ratification

CZU: 94(478:410)”1922”

Pag. 117-124

Cojocaru Gheorghe

Institutul de Istorie


This article analyzes the position of Great Britain towards the union of Bessarabia with the mother country, Romania, at the Paris Peace Conference of 1919-1920. It is emphasized that English diplomacy firmly supported Romania’s rights over its province between the Prut and Dniester, also formulating certain conditionalities that the Romanian government had to take into account. England had a primary role in the drafting and signing of the Paris Treaty of Bessarabia on October 28, 1920. Among the Great Powers that signed the Treaty, Great Britain was the first to ratify it in 1922, urging the rest of the signatories to follow suit.

Paris Peace Conference, great powers, England, France, Romania, Russia, Treaty of Bessarabia, British ratification

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