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1904: Entente Cordiale  
On April 8, 1904 colonial powers France and Great Britain agreed to delimit their spheres of influence so each could protect its own international interests. At the same time, this "Entente Cordiale" would put the colonial interests of the German Reich at a distinct disadvantage.

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Who was the British Foreign Minister who signed the Occupation Statute for Germany after World War II?
  Aneurin Bevan
  Ernest Bevin
  Harold MacMillan
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