Golden Years in Germany 1924-29

The golden yeard in Germany 1924-1929.

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  • Golden Years 1924-29
    • Dawes plan
      • Loan of Us dollars.
      • Eliminated Hyperinfaltion
      • German money was useless therefore burned
      • New currency created - Rentenmark
      • 1924
    • Locarno Pact
      • Allowed Germany to re-join the League of Nations
      • Signed in 1925
      • Germany accepted the demilitarization of Rhineland
      • Respect the French and Belgium borders
      • 1925
    • Entertainment
      • This was the time of happiness for Germany as their economic situation was stable.
      • Cinemas, Musicals and Operas.
      • Affordable entertainment
      • Jobs and money to spend.
      • Stable lives.
    • Kellogg-Briand Pact
      • Agreed not to go to War.
        • Unless in self defense.
      • 1928
      • International effort to prevent another World War. Had little effect
    • Young Plan
      • Reduced reparations.
      • Original Reparations 6.6 billion
      • Reduced by 67%
      • Signed in 1929, before Wall St Crash.
    • Stresemann
      • Helped to rebuild Weimar Republic.
      • Died few days before Wall St crash.
  • Non-agressive agreement
    • Locarno Pact
      • Allowed Germany to re-join the League of Nations
      • Signed in 1925
      • Germany accepted the demilitarization of Rhineland
      • Respect the French and Belgium borders
      • 1925
    • Kellogg-Briand Pact
      • Agreed not to go to War.
        • Unless in self defense.
      • 1928
      • International effort to prevent another World War. Had little effect

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