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  • London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Dec 1, 1925

    Gustav Stresemann

    Locarno Treaties

    London, England, United Kingdom
    Tuesday Dec 1, 1925

    Stresemann said that Germany alone should not make sacrifices for peace; European countries should cede colonies to Germany; the disarmament control commission should leave Germany; the Anglo-French occupation of the Rhineland should be ended; and Britain and France should disarm as Germany had done. The Treaties were signed in October 1925 at Locarno. Germany officially recognized the post-World War I western border for the first time, and was guaranteed peace with France, and promised admission to the League of Nations and evacuation of the last Allied occupation troops from the Rhineland.




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