The Allies was a term used to refer to the countries which were united against the Central Powers in the First World War, notably France, the Russian Empire, the United Kingdom, and the United States.[1]

In a 6 December 1926 interview with the New York Chronicle, former French prime minister Georges Clemenceau revealed some of the things he planned to discuss in a speech slated for that evening, including the post-war emergence of a "new triple alliance" that he saw as posing a threat to the Allied powers.[2][3]


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