Reparations and Benefits

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When did the Dawes Plan come about?
1924
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How much in gold did America lend to Germany?
America gave $800 million in gold.
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What was the year time scale given for reparations to be paid by Germany?
Germany had been given 59 years in order to pay reparations to France
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When did the Locarno Treaty benefit German citizens?
1925
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What did this help?
Germany could keep their current land and wouldn't lose anymore.
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What was the downside to this?
They couldn't receive the 13% of which they'd previously lost.
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What year did the Kellog-Briand Pact get introduced?
1928
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How did this benefit Germans?
Germany had gained a larger army.
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Why was this?
Domestic Purposes and self-defense.
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When was the Young Plan introduced?
1929
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How many marks were to be paid each year?
2,000 million marks was the amount towards the reparations,
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