Take up. Paper 1. 1(a) What, according to Source E, was the significance of the Locarno Conference? [3 marks]. Countries bordering the Rhine would give up the use of force. The Rhineland would be demilitarized and the whole of the Rhineland would be evacuated by 1930.
3. With reference to their origin and purpose, discuss the value and limitations of Source A and Source C for historians studying the 1925 Locarno Conference. [6 marks]
the world community, but may merely be a justification to the world as to why Germany should be accepted back after its treatment in the Treaty of Versailles.
British government’s point of view.
4. Using these sources and your own knowledge, analyse the importance of the Locarno Conference for international relations between 1925 and 1936. [8 marks]
which Germany would be admitted into the League of Nations. It also shows that Locarno was seen as the basis for the beginning of European security
the Treaty of Mutual Guarantee had on Europe through the “Locarno Honeymoon”. Mention could also be made of the effect of the rise to power of Hitler on Europe with regard to Versailles, The Great Depression, The failure of the League of Nations, the Geneva Disarmament Conference, the Four Power Pact, the Stresa Conference, Abyssinia, Eastern boundries
to the sources used.
To demand support of the League of Nations in the Abyssinian Crisis. To emphasize the fact that members of the League of Nations were not acting according to the Covenant. To explain that collective security was at stake.