Weimar Republic key facts and figures

The Dawes Plan
1924 - instalments temporarily reduced to £50 million a year - US banks agreed to make loans to German industry
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Young Plan
August 1929 - reduced total reparations from £6.6 billion to £2 billion - payments could be made until 1988
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Locarno Pact
1925 - agreement between Germany, Britain, France, Italy and Belgium - Germany agreed to its new border with France - Allies and Germany agreed to permanent demilitarisation of the Rhineland - German membership of League of Nations up for discussion
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Kellogg-Briand Pact
1928 - agreement between 62 nations - committed countries to avoiding use of war to achieve foreign policy objectives
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League of Nations
set up in 1920, Germany initially excluded - 1926, invited to join and became a member of the council
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Kaiser abdicated, German Republic declared
9 November 1918
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August 1929 - reduced total reparations from £6.6 billion to £2 billion - payments could be made until 1988

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Young Plan

Card 3

Front

1925 - agreement between Germany, Britain, France, Italy and Belgium - Germany agreed to its new border with France - Allies and Germany agreed to permanent demilitarisation of the Rhineland - German membership of League of Nations up for discussion

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Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

1928 - agreement between 62 nations - committed countries to avoiding use of war to achieve foreign policy objectives

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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set up in 1920, Germany initially excluded - 1926, invited to join and became a member of the council

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