STRESEMANN'S SOLUTIONS

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  • STRESEMANN'S SOLUTIONS
    • POLICY 5: Get help to rebuild the economy
    • POLICY 3: Improve Germany's relationship with other countries
      • Stresemann cooperated with other countries in Europe
      • He signed the Locarno Treaty - countries promised not to invade each other
    • POLICY 4: Continue to pay reparations
      • The YOUNG PLAN (1929) - lowered reparations
      • The DAWES PLAN (1924) - gave Germany longer to pay the Allies
  • POLICY 1: Introduce a new currency
    • STRESEMANN'S SOLUTIONS
      • POLICY 5: Get help to rebuild the economy
      • POLICY 3: Improve Germany's relationship with other countries
        • Stresemann cooperated with other countries in Europe
        • He signed the Locarno Treaty - countries promised not to invade each other
      • POLICY 4: Continue to pay reparations
        • The YOUNG PLAN (1929) - lowered reparations
        • The DAWES PLAN (1924) - gave Germany longer to pay the Allies
    • Rentenmarks were introduced
  • POLICY 2: Persuade the French to leave the Ruhr
    • Passive resistance was called  off and Stresemann promised to keep up reparation payments
  • Rentenmarks were introduced
  • Passive resistance was called  off and Stresemann promised to keep up reparation payments
  • Stresemann organised loans from the USA as part of the Dawes Plan

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