Dawes Plan

Dawes Plan
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  • 1923
  • You are going to take part in this review of the reparations, and that is final
  • Charles G. Dawes
  • First, in 1923, Charles, G. Dawes had forced France to agree to be involved with the revision of reparations from the war. The Dawes Plan was later agreed to in April 1924, but didn't go into effect until September 1924.
  • Dawes Plan of 1924 by: tabitha heller
  • Dawes's plan was kind of had a spiral effect. The US gave loans to Germany to help build their economy.
  • 1924...
  • Here is a little something to help you grow and become more independent
  • $
  • This is greatly appreciated and will definitely be put to good use
  • We are finally becoming able to pay those reparations. 
  • $
  • We are hoping everything that has been damaged from war can be renewed successfully
  • Then, Germany had used their increased tax revenues to continue to pay reparations to France. They had to pay approximately $30 billion for all the reparations.
  • Lastly, France gave back war loans to the US. France also imported US goods to help their own country expand. 
  • Thank you for lending us money when we needed it.
  • $
  • We are now focusing on enhancing the strength of our own country.
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