PRELIMINARIES OF ROMANIA’S ENTERING THE WORLD WAR I
In Romania there was a serious political divide between King Carol I, on the one hand, joined by a small Germanophile group, and the majority of Romanian politicians, on the other hand, supported by the public opinion, favoring the Entente.
It would be noticed that both camps took national interest as their starting point, but considered it from different perspectives.
Keywords: World War I; Entente; Central Powers; Romania’s neutrality.
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