18 - Lecture: chapter 25: the great depression7/18/2007...

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Lecture: chapter 25: the great depression 18/07/2007 09:16:00 Secretary of state: Charles E Hughes, for Coolidge and Harding Secretary of Commerce: Herbert Hoover Changes that occurred after war: 1922- Fire Power Treaty: US, England, France, Italy, Japan: agreed to destroy 2  million tons of warships (disarmament; one of Wilson’s 14 points), honor China’s Open  Door policy 1924- Dawes Plan: stabilized Germany economically, quieted the relationship  between Italy and France: reconstruct Germany’s reparations- from $542 million to 250  million a year; provide United States an opportunity to invest in Germany (significant  reprocutions at the end of the decade) 1928- Kelleg-Briand Pact: signed by a multiplicity of nations; outlawed war as a  tool for national policy included in pact: - USA - Germany - Belgium - France - Great Britain
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course AMH 2020 taught by Professor Michelleadams during the Summer '06 term at University of Central Florida.

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