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Unformatted text preview: Stephanie Pham K. Napoleon IB History October 6, 2009 Assessment of Locarno Agreements Key Issue: The Locarno Agreements were welcomed in most European nations because they appeared as if they would mark a new period of peace and cooperation. Along with the acceptance of the Dawes Plan, the Locarno Agreements signified the beginning of a new era of conciliation to a great extent. This is show by how international cooperation increased. Germany, who had been previously shunned and harshly punished, joined the League of Nations. This indicates that nations were beginning to agree with each other or had a desire to get along with the other countries. The League of Nations, which had a slow start, began to grow in power and influence in the world. However, the most important symbol of international cooperation and lasting peace was the cooperation of foreign ministers with each other. The leaders of Britain, France, and was the cooperation of foreign ministers with each other....
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