Entente Impériale

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Entente Impériale
Imperial Agreement  (English)
帝國協定 (Chinese)
Имперское Соглашение (Russian)
Birodalmi megállapodás  (Hungarian)
İmparatorluk Anlaşması  (Turkish)
Императорско споразумение (Bulgarian)
Military alliance
1942–1946
The Entente Impériale on 1 August 1946:
  Countries of the Entente Impériale
  Colonies, protectorates, and territories of the Entente Impériale


Other combatant states:

Client states and colonies of Quadripartite Pact members


Capital Paris (headquarters)
Political structure Military alliance
Historical era Great War I
 •  Franco-Russian Alliance
Quadripartite Pact
4 January 1894
10 May 1933
 •  Established 16 April 1942
 •  Dissolved 25 November 1946
Preceded by
Franco-Russian Alliance
Quadripartite Pact

The Entente Impériale (English: Imperial Agreement, Bulgarian: Императорско споразумение, romanized: Imperatorsko sporazumenie, Chinese: 帝國協定, Hungarian: Birodalmi megállapodás, romanized: Dìguó xiédìng, Russian: Имперское Соглашение, romanized: Imperskoye Soglasheniye, Turkish: İmparatorluk Anlaşması) was one of the three main coalitions of Great War I that primarily consisted of Bulgaria, China, France, Hungary, Russia, Sierra, Turkey, and Yugoslavia, along with their allies, client states, colonies, and dependencies.

It was formed in opposition to the Anglo-German hegemony in Europe, Japanese colonialism in the Pacific, and the rise of Landonism in North America and Europe. The Entente traced its origins with the Franco-Russian Alliance in 1894 and the Quadripartite Pact in 1933. The alliance was dissolved at the conclusion of the war, which ended in a military stalemate.

Member states[edit]

At the beginning of the war, the Entente Impériale consisted of the four signatories of the Quadripartite Pact: China, France, Russia, and Sierra, as well as the countries of Belgium, Bulgaria, and Hungary. The name "Entente Impériale" referred to the Quadripartite Pact's composition of "empires"; all four were monarchies and considered empires due to their sizes or colonial empires. Astoria, Brazoria, and Superior joined later in 1942 after the United Commonwealth declared war on Sierra.

Combatants[edit]

Quadripartite Pact[edit]

China[edit]

France[edit]

Russia[edit]

Sierra[edit]

Co-belligerents[edit]

Astoria[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Brazoria[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Sardinia[edit]

Superior[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Yugoslavia[edit]

Non-state combatants[edit]

Armistice and treaties[edit]

Leaders[edit]

See also[edit]