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Algeciras Conference

Conference in 1906 to settle the Moroccan crisis of 1905, when the German kaiser Wilhelm II arrived at Tangier to oppose French interests in Morocco. British support for France forced Wilhelm to accept the Act of Algeciras, permitting France and Spain to police Morocco under Swiss supervision. The affair emphasized the importance of the Entente Cordiale.

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