International Agreements - League

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  • International Agreements help work of League
    • Disarmament
      • 1921 Washington Conference
        • USA, Jap, Br, Fr agreed to limit size of navies
          • Failure:damaging to League's reputation in Germany
    • 1922 Rapallo Treaty
      • USSR and Ger reestablished diplomatic relations
    • 1924 Dawes Plan
      • USA lent money to Ger to help pay reparations
    • 1925 Locarno Treaty
      • Fr, Br, Ger, It, Bel, Pol and Czech met in Lorcano in Switzerland
      • Ger accepted borders with Fr and Bel that were in the ToV
        • Br and It guaranteed to protect Fr if Ger violated these borders
      • Ger accepted Rhineland would remain demilitarised zone
      • Fr and Ger agreed to settle disputes through LoN
    • Germany entered League - 1926 only Soviet Union left
    • 1928 Kellogg - Briand Pact
      • 65 nations agreed not to use force to settle disputes - "Pact of Paris"
    • 1929 Young Plan
      • Reduced Ger reparations payments
      • Economic recovery
        • Recovery of trading relationships between these countries, helped to reduce tension - aim of League - encourage trading links between countries
        • Less likely to go to war
      • American loans helped Europe recover from economic crisis after war
        • More money available
          • Rebuilt industry
            • Increased employment
              • Increased international trade
                • Increased profits
                  • Rebuilt industry
                    • Increased employment
                      • Increased international trade
                        • Increased profits

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