IB History DBQ 1 - Melissa Nelson P. 3 IB History DBQ:...

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Melissa Nelson P. 3 IB History DBQ: Peacemaking, peacekeeping – international relations 1918-36 1. a. According to source E, the significance of the Locarno Conference was: to contribute to the security of Europe The evacuation of the Rhineland; a positive change That Stresemann’s “initiative was successful”- demilitarized Rhineland, and Germany would enter the League of Nations That it was an attempt at peace within Europe b. Source D conveys a message of: Peace; within the forming an alliance in order to strengthen the League of Nations; Germany being welcomed back Shallow alliance creation; while Stresemann and Chamberlain are shaking with both hands, Briand is holding a boxing glove behind his back- he is prepared to fight, suggesting that he probably won’t stay true to the alliance Stresemann and Chamberlain are committed 2. Source B: portrays Locarno Conference as a success ridding nations of war (peace with Germany and her “neighbors”)
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course LIB. STUDI 23654 taught by Professor Professorcanon during the Spring '10 term at Arlington Baptist College.

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IB History DBQ 1 - Melissa Nelson P. 3 IB History DBQ:...

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