ONE CARD descriptions of International agreements of the 1920s

1921 Washington Conference, 1922 Rapallo Treaty, 1924 The Dawes Plan, 1925 Locarno treaties, 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact, 1929 Young Plan

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International Agreements of the 1920s

  • 1921 Washington Conference: USA, Britain, France and Japan agreed to limit the size of their navies.
  • 1922 Rapallo Treaty: The USSR and Germany re-established diplomatic relations.
  • 1924 The Dawes Plan: To avert a terrible economic crisis in Germany, the USA lent money to Germany to help it to pay its reparations bill/
  • 1925 Locarno treaties: Germany accepted its western borders as set out in the Treaty of Versailles.
  • 1928 Kellogg-Briand Pact: 64 nations agreed not to use force to settle disputes. This is also known as the Pact of Paris.
  • 1929 Young Plan: Reduced Germany's reparations payments.
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