The entry of Britain into the war against the French in February 1793 shifted the whole focus of the exterior Counter-Revolution’s efforts to secure allies. Britain became the mainstay of the alliances against revolutionary and Napoleonic France, and the paymaster of the continental war. The princes were therefore increasingly obliged to look to Britain for help and to give way, reluctantly, to the principles on which its policies were based.
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