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This treaty should not be interpreted in any way in the sense that it departs in any way from the obligations conferred on the High Contracting Parties by the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations or by special agreements covered by Article 43 of the Charter. Made in Dunkirk on March 4, 1947, in two ballot boxes in English and French, both texts also being authentic. In the event that one of the High Contracting Parties is affected by the fact that Germany is complying with an economic obligation of Germany imposed by the transfer instrument or is the result of a subsequent agreement, the High Contracting Parties will consult and, if necessary, with the other powers that are competent to act with regard to Germany, to take agreed measures to deal with the situation… According to Marc Trachtenberg, the German threat was a pretext to defend against the USSR. [1] determined to cooperate in the context of mutual assistance measures in the event of a renewal of German aggression, the conclusion of a contract between all the powers responsible for the action vis-à-vis Germany being the most desirable to prevent Germany from becoming a threat to peace again; His Majesty The King of Great Britain, Ireland and the British Dominions Beyond the Seas, Emperor of India, and . . For the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The Honourabl Righte Ernest Bevin, M.P., Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs by Her Majesty, and The Right Honourable Alfred Duff Cooper, Her Majesty`s Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary in Paris; The other High Party will immediately provide all military support and assistance and assistance in its power to the High Party, which participates in the hostilities. Determined to cooperate closely, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, as well as with the other United Nations for the maintenance of peace and aggression… the intention to strengthen economic relations between the two countries to their mutual benefit and in the interests of general well-being; in view of the alliance agreements and mutual assistance they have concluded with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; If one of the High Contracting Parties were to once again unite with Germany, whether as a result of an armed attack under Article 51 of the United Nations Charter, Germany`s against Germany or as a result of agreed measures against Germany, in accordance with Article I of the Treaty, or as a result of enforcement actions taken by the UN Security Council against Germany , the other high part of the contracting upper party becomes the other party that is thus involved in hostilities, to immediately provide all military and other support and support in its power. The Treaty of Dunkirk was signed on 4 March 1947 between France and the United Kingdom in Dunkirk( France) in the form of an alliance and mutual assistance agreement against a possible German attack after the Second World War.

It came into force on 8 September 1947 and remained in force for a period of fifty years, in accordance with Article VI, paragraph 2, of its text. His Majesty the King of Great Britain… and the President of the French Republic, who wishes to confirm, in an alliance treaty, the cordial friendship and the close bond of interest between the United Kingdom and France; It will enter into force immediately after the exchange of ratification instruments and will remain in force for a period of fifty years.