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How did FDR's New Deal plan to stimulate the American Economy? Increased government spending on public work projects.
What is a Plebiscite? A referendum or vote to determine whether the Saar valley would belong to Germany or France.
How did the Locarno Treaties of 1925 mark a major turning point in international affairs? It showed the effective working relationship between Briand and Stresemann.
Why did the Bolshevik revolution in 1917 cause Alarm across Europe? European countries feared communist countries in their own nations.
Even though France was adamant on keeping Germany as weak as possible after WWI, why did Brittan and the USA want to help Germany recover? Trade purposes.
What is Isolationism? Keeping out of foreign affairs.
What country followed that policy after World War I ended? The USA.
Why was Italy frustrated and humiliated with the Paris peace talks? They did not get the land they wanted.
Which leaders made up the Council of Four at the Paris Peace Conference? Woodrow Wilson, Georges Clemenceau, Vittorio Orlando and David Lloyd George.
The Treaty of Mutual Guarantee stated that these TWO countries would come to the assistance of any country that was attacked in Violation of the Locarno Treaties. Brittan and Italy.
President Woodrow Wilson's speech to Congress in January of 1918, which outlined his vision for the future, was called this. The Fourteen Points.
What was Georges Clemenceau's nickname because of the way he wanted to destroy Germany Economically and military? The Tiger
Which Russian leader was overthrown by the Bolsheviks in 1917? Csar Nicholas II
According to the Treaty of Versailles, the territories of Alsace and Lorraine were returned to this country. France
Uncontrollable inflation, lack of democratic tradition, a large number of political parties and anger due to the signing of the Treaty of Versailles were all problems facing this German government. The Weimar Republic
Which European country suffered greatly due to large war debts? Germany
Reconciling the differences between these TWO European nations at the Paris Peace conference proved to be the most challenging for peacemakers. Germany and France
What was the Dawes Plan American plan to provide loans to Germany to help them pay their reparations.
What was the Young Plan It lowered German reparations from 6.6 Billon to 2 Billion.
Why did the French occupy the Ruhr Valley in 1923? To force Germany to pay reparations. 2 Billion pounds.
President Wilson believed that the most important aspect of his Fourteen points was the creation of an international organization to maintain peace called this. The League of Nations
What are Mandates? Territory taken from defeated nations and given to another country to administer.
What agreements were made at the Washington Naval Conference? Japanese navy had to reduce to 3/5 of the British and US navy. No new naval bases are to be built near Japan. Japan had to remove their troops from China. Western powers protect china from invasion.
What was the goal of Comintern? Encourage world wide communist revolution.
What treaty Russia out of World War I and granted Germany some Russian land? Treaty of Brest-Litovsk
What is the term for the principle that people of a common nationality should have the right to form their own nations and govern themselves? Self-Determination
The Kellogg-Briand pact, which was agreed to by 65 nations, renounced _______________ as an instrument of national policy? war
Who was the leader of the Bolshevik Party in Russia? Vladimir Lenin
Bank Closings, unemployment and business failures all ______________ during the Great Depression. increased
How did the uncompromising position of Georges Clemenceau cause issues for the peacemakers of the Paris Peace talks? France was unwilling to compromise on the harsh treatment of Germany.
What is a Dictator? An absolute ruler who controls a country without democratic institutions.
What part of the Treaty of Versailles placed the blame for the start of WWI on Germany? The War Guilt Clause
Created by: GennyMT