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Department
History
Course
HIS1120
Professor
Thomas Boogaart
Semester
Winter

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18.03.13 Interbellum Europe 1920-1940 Modicum of Stability - Europeans wanted to find a good economic and political solution A. 1924 Dawes Plan - Lower manageable rate for German reparation payments - US provides loans to Germany to jump start the reparation systems B. 1925 Treaty of Locarno - Germany rejoins international community - Agree to keep reparations in return for French promise to leave Rhineland - Agrees to respect its western boundaries - 1926, Join the League of Nations C. The Spirit of Locarno - Europe favored international reconciliation and diplomatic engagement over nationalist rivalry - The Eastern Boundaries were left ‘unresolved’ a convenient euphemism whose significance was not lost on the new nations of Eastern Europe, some housing a significant German population D. Economic Recovery 1924-1929 E. The Roaring 20’s - Europe also experienced this era - Women challenged gender roles, rejected social conventions of modesty - New cultural forms like dance, jazz and cinema F. No More War? - 1929 Kellogg-Briand pact - Banned the scourge of war as an instrument of policy - Tried to put war behind them G. Dark Clouds: Germanys throws off its military shackles - 1922 Treaty of Rapallo i. Secret Annex
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