Keeping the Peace. The Golden Twenties?. The League of Nations. Part of Woodrow Wilson’s 14 points for peace Abandonment of secret diplomacy Freedom of the seas and navigation Removal of ecomomic barriers General disarmament Settlement of colonial demands Evacuation of Russia by Germany
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The Golden Twenties?
Missing in action; United States, Germany and Russia
No power to enforce it’s decisions, no police force or army, reliant on member states providing troops when needed
Even if it had troops it couldn’t act unless everyone agreed to act
German reparations, set at 6600 million pounds were impossible to meet
Germans not visibly trying to pay it off
French need German reparations to meet their own war debts so invade Ruhr industrial area
Workers go on strike, government keeps printing money to keep things going and massive inflation occurs
The Dawes Plan 1924
The Young Plan 1930
The Kellogg-Briand Pact 1928
The Locarno Pact 1925