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Between 1892 and 1894 France and Russia signed and ratified a military agreement which would soon become known among public opinion of the two countries as “The Franco-Russian Alliance”. Essentially, it provided for the mobilisation and joint action in the event of war against one of the countries of the Triple Alliance and ruled out any option of a separate peace.