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The Geneva Disarmament Conference. 1932-1934. The Paris Peace Conference had limited armaments for Germany and her Allies. The Factors of support: The League of Nations supported for a more peaceful world The belief that it would reduce chance for further war

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the paris peace conference had limited armaments for germany and her allies
The Paris Peace Conference had limited armaments for Germany and her Allies.

The Factors of support:

  • The League of Nations supported for a more peaceful world
  • The belief that it would reduce chance for further war
  • The sheer cost after the Great Depression in 1929
  • Optimism after Locarno Pact that served to support peace in the Rhineland
problems of the conference
Problems of the Conference
  • There was increased demand for the revision of the Paris Peace settlements
  • Problems between identifying the differences between defensive and offensive weapons
  • Disarmament could not proceed unless all countries felt secure in reducing their armaments, linked to post depression realism and Nationalistic viewpoints
the failures
The Failures:
  • Germany used the conference as an opportunity to expose the other countries hypocrisy and they withdrew from the Geneva Conference twice
  • The conference ended without any agreements being reached