By G. Bennett
A wide-ranging and authoritative examine of British international coverage within the severe years after the 1919 Paris Peace convention. coverage in the direction of Western and jap Europe, Russia, Turkey, the center East, usa and much East is tested along such issues because the position of best Minister, overseas Secretary and cupboard in coverage formula. The evolution and execution of coverage is determined along the restrictions imposed on British statesmen by way of the dominions, militia, monetary weak point and family politics.
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Thus the attrition by negotiation continued. On 3 July Curzon warned the French and Belgian ambassadors that British public opinion did not support their policy towards the Ruhr. British policy after this point became more aggressive. On 9 July the Cabinet decided to authorise a statement, to be made in Parliament on 12 July, on the German proposals of 7 June. The main thrust of the statement was that Britain desired Germany to pay reparation up to the limit of her capacity but that the Ruhr occupation would result in German bankruptcy.
In December 1920 and January 1921 Allied and German financial experts had met in Brussels to determine Germany's total reparation indebtedness. By 29 January the experts had drawn up a complicated scheme of German reparation, based on 42 annual payments in gold marks plus 12 per cent of the value of Germany's exports. Austen Chamberlain was unimpressed with the scheme drawn up at Brussels. He wrote to his sister: 'It is not very easy to reconcile French opinion or our own for that matter with common sense.
On 18 February 1922 he saw Derby and asked him to act as his unofficial personal envoy to Poincare. He wanted Derby, well-liked and regarded as a friend of France, to arrange face-to-face talks between himself and Poincare. 35 On 20 February Derby saw the French ambassador as the first step in arranging the meeting. An exchange of terms for holding the meeting was conducted by Derby as he shuttled between Downing Street and the French embassy,36 but the meeting never took place. When details of Derby's unofficial diplomacy were published in the French press on 24 February Curzon was outraged and protested to both Balfour and Chamberlain about Lloyd George's disregard of the Foreign Office and its political head.
British Foreign Policy during the Curzon Period, 1919–24 by G. Bennett