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Triple Entente vs. Triple Alliance
- an informal understanding among Great Britain, France, and Russia based on a Franco-Russian military alliance (1894), an Anglo-French entente (1904), and an Anglo-Russian entente (1907). It was considered a counterbalance to the Triple Alliance but was terminated when the Bolsheviks came into control in Russia in 1917.
- the member nations of this entente.
- the alliance (1882–1915) of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy.
- a league (1717) of France, Great Britain, and the Netherlands against Spain.
- a league (1668) of England, Sweden, and the Netherlands against France.