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What was the currency reform?
The currency reform of 1923 abolished the existing currency and replaced it with the Rentenmark.
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What was the effect of the currency reform?
The currency reform solved inflation, encouraged trade and gave the people confidence in the Reichstag.
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What was the Dawes Plan?
The Dawes Plan of 1924 reduced annual reparation payments and encouraged US banks to invest in German industry.
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What was the effect of the Dawes Plan?
The Dawes Plan doubled industrial output and increased employment, imports, exports and government tax income.
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What was the Locarno Plan?
The Locarno Plan of 1925 was where Germany agreed to keep the 1919 borders with France and Belgium.
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What was the effect of the Locarno Plan?
The Locarno Plan caused France to promise peace and led to allied troops leaving the Rhineland.
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When were Germany allowed to join the League of Nations.
In 1926 Germany was accepted as a member.
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What was the effect of Germany joining the League of Nations?
In boosted German pride and allowed Germany to be seen as equal to other nations for the first time since WW1.
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What was the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
The Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928 was where Germany, France and the US (and later others) agreed not to use war to achieve their foreign policy aims.
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What was the effect of the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
The Kellogg-Briand Pact showed German equality with other nations and proved Weimar Republic success.
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What was the Young Plan?
The Young Plan of 1929 reduced reparations to £2 billion and gave a further 59 years to pay, ,as well as reducing the annual reparation payments.
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What was the effect of the Young Plan?
The Young Plan had the effect of lowered taxes, boosted industry and less unemployment.
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