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  • Welcome to the League
  • 1921:The Washington Conference: The USA, Britain, France, and Japan had all agreed to limit the size of their armies.
  • Welcome to the League
  • 1922: The Rapallo Treaty: The USSR and Germany established their diplomatic relations
  • 1924:The Dawes Plan: In order to avoid a horrible economic crisis in Germany, the USA lent money to Germany to help it pay it's reparations bill. It also helped Britain and France recover trade with Germany which reduced tension
  • 1925:Locarno Treaties: Germany accepted the western borders they were set in the Treaty of Versailles. This was greeted with great enthusiasm by most countries, especially France. This paved the way to Germany joining the League of Nations.
  • 1928: Kellog-Briand Pact: This was a pact that allowed 65 nations to agree not to use force to settle disputes. It was also known as the Pact of Paris
  • 1929: Young Plan: The Young Plan had reduced Germany's large reparations payments
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