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Treaty of Rapallo
April 1922
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Who was the main German negotiator of the Treaty of Rapallo?
Walther Rathenau
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Name three terms of the Treaty of Rapallo.
Ger + USSR resumed trade, diplomatic relations restored, Ger. developed new weapons in Russia
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Dawes Plan signed
1924
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Locarno Pact signed
1925
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What two agreements made up the Locarno Pact?
The Arbitration Treaties and the Rhineland Pact
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Germany admitted to the League of Nations
1926
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Treaty of Berlin signed
1926
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Allied forces withdraw from Zone 1 of the Rhineland
1926
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Kellog-Briand pact signed
1928
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Young Plan signed
1929
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Allied forces withdraw from Zone 2 of the Rhineland
1929
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Allied forces withdraw from Zone 3 of the Rhineland
1930
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Define policy of fulfillment
Cooperation = sympathy = revised terms
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When was Stresemann foreign minister?
1923-1929
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What were the terms of the Arbitration Treaties?
Disputes betw. Fr/Bel./Poland/Czechslovakia solved by concillation comitee Fr. signed treaty to make sure agreement not broken.
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What were the terms of the Rhineland Pact?
Ger/Fr./Bel promised to respect western frontier from ToV, Ger. agreed to remove Rhineland troops, GB + Italy promised aid if Ger/Fr/Bel attacked by neighbours
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Why was the Locarno Pact seen as a success?
Ger. finally recognised Western borders, accepted loss of Alsace-Lorraine
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What similarities existed betw. Germany and the USSR?
Both defeated in war, both threatened by indep. Poland, both "outcast" nations
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What term did the Treaty of Berlin add to the previous Rapallo terms?
Ger would remain neutral if USSR involved in war as long as they didn't start it
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Why did Germany need a close relationship w/ the USSR?
Stresemann wanted to revise Germany's eastern borders; USSR would ressit any border changes it didn't agree with.
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How did the ToV limit Germany's army?
Only allowed 100,000 men
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What area was demilitarised as part of the Treaty?
Rhineland
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What was done to ensure compliance w/ the Treaty?
Allied forces occupied Rhineland, Inter-Allied Control Comission set up to monitor disarmament
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What ways did the Reichswehr use to secretly re-arm?
Army recruits enlisted for short periods to be trained for rserves, many sponsored paramilitary groups
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What was the aim of the Kellog-Briand pact?
States would agree to voluntarily renounce the use of offensive wars to resolve disputes.
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What limited the effectiveness of the Kellog-Briand pact?
There was no way to enforce the Pact
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Dawes Plan signed

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