London, Pact of, an agreement entered into on September 5, 1914, shortly after the outbreak of World War I. The governments of France, Great Britain, and Russia pledged that none of them would separately make peace. They also agreed that all should demand the same peace terms. Japan signed the agreement in October, 1915, and Italy signed it a month later.
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