Germany- Stresemann's successes at home an abroad

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November 1923
Stresemann introduced new currency- Rentenmark. It stablisied the currency and German people showed confidence in it.
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1923-28
US loans. Helped to pay reperations and greatly helped German industry.
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1924
Rentenmark converted to Reichsark (backed with gold). Gradually helped restore the value of Germany money.
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1924
Stresemann negotiated the Dawes Plan with the USA. Reorganised and reduced reparations. The French withdrew from the Ruhr.
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1925
Locarno Pact. Improved relations with Britain and France and guaranteed borders with Belgium, France and Italy.
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1926
Stresemann negotiated German entry to the League of Nations. Meant that Germany was recognised as a great power once again.
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1928
Kellogg-Briand Pact. Germany was one of 62 countries that agreed to settle disputes peacefully. This wasn't a Stresemann initiative but meant better relations with the USA and France.
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1929
Young Plan. Set timescale and reduced reparations. France agreed to leave the Rhineland early.
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US loans. Helped to pay reperations and greatly helped German industry.

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1923-28

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Rentenmark converted to Reichsark (backed with gold). Gradually helped restore the value of Germany money.

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Stresemann negotiated the Dawes Plan with the USA. Reorganised and reduced reparations. The French withdrew from the Ruhr.

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Locarno Pact. Improved relations with Britain and France and guaranteed borders with Belgium, France and Italy.

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