Kellogg-Briand Pact

Kellogg-Briand Pact, 1928. How many countries met in Paris?
Sixty five countries met in Paris.
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Can you name three of the countries involved? Were these countries in the League of Nations?
Germany, France and the USA and since two of these (Germany and the USA) were not members of the League of Nations, However, France was.This was important because this meeting outside of the League of Nations showing that The League was weak.
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What was agreed at the meeting?
The countries agreed not to use war as a way to solve disputes and also that they would keep their own armies for self-defence.
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What did this agreement give chance for?
This agreement gave chance for peace in Europe because they agreed not to use war to solve disputes.
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Why was this agreement a weakness for the League?
This agreement shows that The League was weak because countries were meeting outside of their control.
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What were the weaknesses of this agreement?
The weaknesses of this agreement were that there was no practical solution for if a coutnry broke the agreement.
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Can you identify any strengths?
Strengths of this agreement could be that Germany was involved, when they had previously been left out and also, that they agreed not to use war to solve disputes. Thus, this idea of peace in Europe.
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Germany, France and the USA and since two of these (Germany and the USA) were not members of the League of Nations, However, France was.This was important because this meeting outside of the League of Nations showing that The League was weak.

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