Before the euphoria engendered by the Locarno meetings had time to fade, another episode heightened the illusion that peace had arrived and that henceforth conciliation would reign. Scarcely a week after Locarno concluded, skirmishes on the Greco-Bulgarian frontier erupted into a Greek military invasion of Bulgaria, who appealed to the League of Nations. Ensuing events gave the League a much-needed but illusory success.
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