International agreements of 1920s

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The Washington Conference 1921- USA, Britain, France and Japan agreed to limit the size of their navies -positive move towards disarmament

The Rapollo Treaty 1922- USSR & Germany re-established diplomatic relations- positive because had been enemies but both outside of the league, so worrying that 2 feared countries were 'friendly and outside of league control

The Dawes Plan 1924- To avert a terrible economic crisis in Germany, the USA lent money to Germany to help it pay it's reparations bill- positive because it helped build back European economy

The Locarno Treaties 1925- Germany accepted it's western…


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