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History treaties + League of Nations
January 8th 1918 - 14 points
November 11th 1918 - war ends
28th June 1919 - treaty of Versailles signed
(Other treaties St Germain 1919, Neuilly 1919, Trianon 1920, Sèvres 1920)
January 10th 1920 - League of Nations set up
1920 - Vilna dispute
1921 - Upper Silesia dispute
1923 - Corfu dispute
1925 - Bulgaria dispute
1925 - Locarno
1928 - The Kellogg-Briand Pact
1931 - Invasion of Manchuria
1935 - Invasion of Abyssinia
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History Weimar republic + rise of Hitler
1919 - Establishment of the Weimar Germany
1919 - Left wing Spartacists attempt to take over
1920 - Right wing Freikorps attempt to take over
1923 - Franco-Belgium troops invade the Ruhr
1923 - Munich putsch
1923 - Hitler in jail for 9 months makes mein kampf
1923 - Hyperinflation in Germany
1924 -the Dawes plan
1925 - The SS formed
October 1925 - the Locarno treaties
1928 - The Kellogg-Briand Pact
1932 - Elections, Nazis have 230…read more

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History treaties + League of Nations
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January 8th 1918 - 14 points
Woodrow Wilson offered the German the 14 points in exchange for Germany to stop the
war
Germany declined and started the a final attack
November 11th - 1918 war ends
Germany agree to stop the war wanting a punishment based on the 14 points
28th June 1919 - treaty of Versailles signed
It wasn't based on the 14 points which angered the Germans.…read more

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Other treaties St Germain 1919, Neuilly 1919, Trianon 1920, Sèvres 1920)
January 10th 1920 - League of Nations set up
Four main aims:
To discourage aggression from any nation
To encourage countries to co-operate especially in business and trade
To encourage nations to disarm
To improve the living and working conditions of people in all parts of the world
1920 - Vilna dispute
Poland and Lithuania dispute over who gets Vilna.
It was Lithuanian but the population was mainly polish.…read more

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Germany accepted the borders with France and Belgium
Germany and Italy agreed to protect France
Germany accepted that the Rhineland was a demilitarised zone
France and Germany agreed to settle further dispute through the league of nations
1928 - The Kellogg-Briand Pact
Has two main points:
The parties condemn war as a means of solving international disputes and reject it as a
instrument of policy
The settlement or solution of all disputes shall only be done by peaceful means
1931 - Invasion of Manchuria
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Left wing Spartacists attempt to take over
Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht are the leaders
They wanted to take over the democratic government and believed everyone was equal
5th January 1919-staged a revolt but Ebert did a deal with the army allowing them to squash
the Spartacists
November 1918-they declared Bavaria a soviet republic; they took land from the wealthy
and shared it out.
Against both revolts the government sent the army to squash the revolution however the
army ended up slaughtering them.…read more

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Right wing Freikorps attempt to take over
Wolfgang Kapp lead them
They formed as the army had to be reduced by the T of V so when the Allies put pressure on
the government to disband them they fought back.
They joined with the army and police force and attacked Berlin forcing the Weimar republic
to flee to Bresden.
The government did little apart from fleeing it was the people who prevented this from
happening through strikes meaning the Frei Korps had no supplies.…read more

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Under his advice, the German Reichsbank was reformed and the old money was called in and
burned. This ended the hyperinflation.
Dawes also arranged the Dawes Plan with Stresemann, which gave Germany longer to pay
reparations. Most importantly, Dawes agreed to America lending Germany 800 million gold
marks, which kick-started the German economy.…read more

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