|Imperial Agreement (English)|
Имперское Соглашение (Russian)
Birodalmi megállapodás (Hungarian)
İmparatorluk Anlaşması (Turkish)
Императорско споразумение (Bulgarian)
The Entente Impériale on 1 August 1946:
Countries of the Entente Impériale
Colonies, protectorates, and territories of the Entente Impériale
Other combatant states:
|Political structure||Military alliance|
|Historical era||Great War I|
|4 January 1894|
10 May 1933
|•||Established||16 April 1942|
|•||Dissolved||25 November 1946|
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.
- 1 Member states
- 2 Combatants
- 3 Armistice and treaties
- 4 Leaders
- 5 See also
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.