international agreements HISTORY
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1921: Washington Arms Conference •USA, Britain, France, and Japan agreed to limit the size of their armies and an end to building new battleship fleets.
1922: Rapallo Treaty The USSR and Germany recreated re-established diplomatic relations
1924:The Dawes Plan To help Germany's economic chaos and aid the economies of Britain and France, American loans helped Europe recover from the crisis after WWI.
1925: Locarno Treaties Germany finally accepted its western borders as set out in the Treaty of Versailles. This was greeted with enthusiasm, especially from France; it lead to the cooperation of Germany to the League.
1928: Kellogg-Briand Pact 65 nations all agree to not use force when settling disputes, no matter what the issue is- a.k.a the Pact of Paris. Although, ultimately did not prevent or limit war between nations due to the loopholes of the treaty.
1929: The Young Plan attempt by the American allies to support Wiemar Germany. It revised the Dawes Plan of 1924 and further reduced Germany's reparations from the TOV greatly.
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