Britain and Rumania, 1941–4

  • Elisabeth Barker
Part of the Studies in Russian and East European History book series (SREEHS)


The British had better contacts in influential places in Rumania than anywhere else in South-East Europe, except perhaps Greece. Yet, because Rumania was geographically inaccessible and because Stalin made it clear from the start that he intended to secure a dominant position, their contacts could never be properly used.


Autonomous Party Landing Place British Policy Rumanian Territory Soviet Mission 
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© Elisabeth Barker 1976

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