germany under stresemann

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  • Germany under stresemann
    • the Dawes plan
      • agreed on ,August 1924
      • Rhur would be evacuated .in 1925
      • USA would give loans
      • Reichsbank would re-organize
    • ECONOMIC RECOVERY
      • The Rentenmark
        • introduced in NOV 1923
          • Gradually replaced by Reichsmark , backed by gold reserves
          • one year later
            • Gradually replaced by Reichsmark , backed by gold reserves
        • issued in limited amounts
        • based on property values rather than gold reserves
      • US loans
        • started 800 million marks
        • loans of nearly $3000 million
        • Helped Economic recovery and paying reparations
      • The Young Plan
        • government complained about the level of payments
        • 1929 Owen young investigate about REPS.
          • figure was reduced from 6600 mill. pounds to 1850 mill. pounds
        • had to pay within 59 years
    • International relations
      • The League of Nations
        • For  T.L.T. to happen it must join this
        • SEPT. 1926 got a permanent seat in the council
        • this position was used to bring the young plan
      • The Locarno Treaties
        • stresemann wanted to improve relations to restore international prestige
          • moreover to get france to co-operate to reduce REPS
        • signed in 1925
        • between :Britain France Belgium and Italy to keep existing borders between bel.fre.ger
      • The Kellog-Briand Pact
        • 64 other nations
        • 1928
        • 1.Keep armies for defence 2.any international disoutes should be solved peacefully
    • RESULT
      • 1925,France withdrew from the Rhur
      • in  1927 Alied troops withdrew from the rhineland  5 years before schedule
      • Allies agreed to the Dawes Plan and the Young Plan

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