Historic Ww2 German-french Non Aggression Pact Signing In Paris Dec 6 1938 Photo
WW2 GERMAN-FRENCH NON AGGRESSION PACT SIGNING IN PARIS DEC. 6 1938 BY GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER JOACHIM VON RIBBENTROP AND FRENCH FOREIGN MINISTER GEORGES BONNET IN PARIS. French-German Non-Aggression pact, December 6,1938. Ribbentrop visits Paris to sign the largely-meaningless French- German Non-Aggression pact, he had conversations with French Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet, which Ribbentrop later claimed included a promise that France would recognize all of Eastern Europe as Germany’s exclusive sphere of influence. PERIOD YELLOWED NEWS WIRE SLUG ON THE REVERSE ALONG THE NEWSWIRES STAMP. ON RIBBENTROP AND M. “NO MORE WAR” PACTIN PARIS. Herr Joachim von Ribbentrop, German Foreign Minister. And Geores Bonnet, French Foreign Minister. Signed the Franco=German “No More War” pact in the. Clock Room of the Quai d’Orsay French Foreign. Office in Paris only a few hours after Herr von. Elaborate precautions were taken to prevent. Disturbances during the German Minister’s visit. PHOTO SHOWS: Herr von Ribbentrop and M. (right) reading the Pact before signing. PARIS December 6th 1938 PN. G. SHARP FOCUS AND VERY GOOD CONTRAST. DIMENSIONS: 6″ x 8 3/16″. THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCTION OR A COPY.