Little-alliance



noun, European History.
1.
an economic and military alliance (1920) between Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia, which were joined the following year by Romania, formed as a counterbalance to the informal alliance that existed between Austria, Germany, Hungary, and Italy.

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