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Topic 1. Super Government? Collective Security? Economic Sanctions General Assembly Council Admittance to the LON The League of Nations.

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1 Topic 1

2 Super Government? Collective Security? Economic Sanctions General Assembly Council Admittance to the LON The League of Nations

3 July 1919 Social Democrats Dr. Kapp Rights Universal Suffrage Land Issues The Weimar Republic

4 Upper Silesia Poland Plebiscite Silesian Uprisings The Response of the LON Suggestions? Decisions Problems in Silesia

5 The Frontiers of Albania Response of the League Setting new borders Italian General Enrico Tellini (Aug. 1923) Response of Mussolini Corfu Results? Problems in Albania

6 Warren G. Harding November 12, February 6, Powers American Objectives Japanese and British Goals The Washington Naval Conference

7 The Washington Naval Treaty/Five Power Treaty Five Powers? Purpose of the Treaty? Efforts by the British, Americans, and Japanese to expand their naval power. The Washington Naval Conference G3 Battle cruiser

8 Terms: 35,000 tons 16 inch guns Aircraft carriers 5:5:3 ratio The Five Power Treaty

9 CountryCapital ShipsAircraft Carriers British Empire525,000 tons135,000 tons United States525,000 tons135,000 tons Japan315,000 tons81,000 tons France175,000 tons60,000 tons Italy175,000 tons60,000 tons

10 The Five Power Treaty Fortifications Naval Bases Replacing Ships

11 The United States Britain Japan France Italy Effects of the Five Power Treaty

12 The Role of the Cypher Bureau Herbert Yardley Japanese Communications Suspicions and accusations Another look?

13 China Open Door Policy Japanese Influence in China International Law The Nine Power Treaty John Hay

14 The Treaty of Rapallo Germany Soviet Russia Treaty of Brest Litovsk Terms of the Treaty French Concerns Collective Security outside the League

15 January 1923 The Ruhr Response of the Weimar Republic Inflation International Sympathy The Ruhr Crisis

16 Britain and America Respond Germany’s Response to the French The Dawes Plan The Reichsbank Changes in payments The Response to the Ruhr Invasion

17 Origin of the Pact Terms? Major Implications of the pact? The Spirit of Locarno Gustav Stressman

18 The Kellogg-Briand Pact Frank Kellogg Aristide Briand 60 Nations Implications More attempts at Collective Security

19 The Young Plan German Reparations The Reparations Commission Elements of Instability The Great Depression Financial Issues


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