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In that year Germany abandoned the League of Nations and withdrew from the Disarmament Conference that had been held under the League’s auspices in Geneva. Indecisiveness, uncertainty and passivity continued to mark Britain’s line in Eastern Europe between 1933 and 1938. Maintenance of a balance of powers was, as a general rule, a salient element of British foreign policy striving for this objective even after the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Accomplishing it became increasingly difficult.

Hungary’s reputation in Great Britain was still rather favourable in 1938. It is hard to agree to the conclusion reached in a memorandum that the English expert István Gál submitted to the Prime Minister’s Office in January 1940, according to which: ‘Hungary’s position in Britain has been growing steadily worse since 1938’41 Two very clearcut notions about the situation in continental Europe had crystallized in British political life and public opinion: one school urged the creation of a system of collective security, the other a countervailing school of ‘realpolitik’.

7 Hungarian efforts to gain sovereignty continued to have a certain resonance in Great Britain, with Irish parliamentary leaders during the 1880s seeing a model for their own country in the 1867 Ausgleich, or settlement, between Austria and Hungary. Even from the sketchy summary outlined above, it is evident that Hungary won a measure of respect for itself in Great Britain during the nineteenth century. This is encapsulated in the following passage: In reviewing Britain’s policy and sentiments towards Hungary in the nineteenth century, it would be fair to say that the general climate of public opinion was largely well-disposed by the 1890s but, in the absence of any direct interest and sensational events, that favourable view was neither deeply felt nor widespread.

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