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Difficulties in The Disarmament of Germany. And The Collaboration With The U.S.S.R . By Sel ē na , Betty, Andrea, and Alex. Threat to Internal Security.

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difficulties in the disarmament of germany

Difficulties in The Disarmament of Germany

And The Collaboration With The U.S.S.R.

By Selēna, Betty, Andrea, and Alex

threat to internal security
Threat to Internal Security
  • The existence of organized bands of unemployed veterans posed a threat to the republican regime, occasionally conspiring to topple it.
  • The extreme left had a similar agenda to overthrow the government and replace it with a new communist regime.
  • The German Government used these two party’s to their advantage. They used the allies’ fears of both an expansionist or communist takeover to avoid complete disarmament.
  • Germany exploited this fear in order to increase their police forces from 60,000 to 150,000, which then supplemented their regular army of 100,000.
  • The IMCC was the inter-allied military control commission.
  • They had the task of verifying German compliance with the disarmament provisions of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • They had to overcome geographical, political and economic obstacles.
  • It had been forced to suspend activities during the Ruhr occupation after the Berlin Government refused to give them security of it’s members.
fertilization or weapons of mass destruction
Fertilization, or Weapons of Mass Destruction?
  • There was a large distinction between the civilians and the military.
  • It was difficult to regulate industries that produced things such as fertilizers and airplanes, which could easily double as weapons for war.
  • The allies could not justify regulations on these industries, especially due to the reparations they needed to generate in order to pay back the Allies.
german and soviet collaboration
German And Soviet Collaboration
  • Collaboration between German and Soviet military authorities had begun in the winter of 1920-21.
  • Deep in the Russian interior, the German army was engaged in the production and testing of military aircraft, tanks, poison gases, and other outlawed weapons.
  • In 1924 the IMCC issued a report detailing flagrant German violations of most of the disarmament clauses.